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1997 CANADA GAMES 



WHATEVER HAPPENED TO AMATEURISM? 




ITALIAN FREEST 
LIANO BREMB, 
RLD LEADER 4 





AMERICANS DOMINATE 
PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS 



SWIMNEWS 

N. J. Thierry, Editor & Publisher 
Marco Chiesa, Business Manager 
Karin Helmstaedt, International Editor 
Anita Smale, Copy Editor 



Feature Writers 
Cecil Colwin, Ottawa 
Katharine Dunn, Halifax 
Russ Ewald, Sunland, USA 

Neil Harvey, Victoria 
Anita Lonsbrough, England 
Patricia Young, Hong Kong 
George Block, San Antonio, USA 
Paul Quinlan, Australia 

International Statistical Support Group: 
Jorge Aguado, Argentina 

Aronne Anghileri, Italy 
Rumen Atanasov, Bulgaria 

Chaker Belhadj, Tunisia 
Szabolcs Fodor, Hungary 

Gerd Heydn, Germany 
Franck Jensen, Denmark 
Berth Johansson, Sweden 

Michel Salles, France 
Hans Peter Sick, Germany 
Juan Antonio Sierra, Spain 
Fratisek Stochl, Czech Republic 
Thrasos Tezapsidis, Greece 
Maylene Turner, South Africa 

Nelson Vargas, Mexico 

Janusz Wasko, Poland 
Sumire Watanabe, Japan 

Mario C. Xavier, Brazil 

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CONTENTS SEPTEMBER 1997 



CONSECUTIVE MMBER 2.32 



VOLUME 24, NUMBER 9 



Paul Quinlan 



Russ Ewald 



Karin Helmstaedt 



FEATURES 

6 1997 Pan Pacific Championships 

Strong USA Team Wins 
Men's and Women's Open Water (25 km) 
Day 1 Mai Nakamura Gives Japan Only Golds in Backstroke 
8 Day 2 Australia's Klim Ready Now 

10 Day 3 Poll Posts Fastest 400 Free Time in Five Years 
12 Day 4 Quance Best in the Individual Medley 

Kurt Grote: A Man on a Mission 
14 Results 1997 Pan Pacific Championships 

17 1997 European Championships 
Controversy Swirled Around German Team Who Still Emerged on Top 

18 Day 1 Volker and Women's 4x200 Free Relay Golds Move Germans Into the Lead 

19 Day 2 Wouda Solid in 400 I.M., de Bruin Wins Second Gold, Brits Win First Ever Relay Gold 

20 Day 3 Hase Wins 400 Free, Popov Gives Lesson in Technique 

1 1 Day 4 Brembilla Stuns With 3:45.96, Jacobson Takes 100 Fly, Goukov Wins Second Gold 

22 Day 5 Esposito Wins a Big One, Unknown Verevka Wins 200 1.M., Lopez-Zubero Wins 100 Back 

23 Day 6 Pelaez Beats de Bruin in 200 Fly, 14:58.65 For Brembilla, Wouda Adds 200 I.M. Gold 

24 Poster: Marcel Wouda Marco Chiesa 
26 Results 1997 European Championships 

29 Whatever Happened to Amateurism? Cecil M. Colwin 

31 1997 Canada Games Katharine Dunn 

Most Swimmers Had A Great Time, Difficult Conditions Are a Minor Irritation 

32 Day 1 Profiles of Sara Alaroubaie and Stephanie Dixon 
Day 2 Profile of Philippe Gagnon 

33 Day 3 Profile of Jason Brockman 
Day 4 

34 Results 1997 Canada Games 

35 Canada Games Provincial Team Highlights 




Covet photo: Marco Chiesa Michael Klim Agnes Kovacs Alexander Popov Sara Alroubaie 



DEPARTMENTS 

4 Calendar, Record Setters 

About This Issue 
36 Backwash 
38 World Rankings 



40-45 TAG (Top Age Group Times) 
46 Making Waves 



SWIMNEWS /SEPTEMBER 1997 



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ABOUT THIS ISSUE 





\uk I Ilium 

flu-> is tin- issue whoa- we cover the major inter- 
.« nuil Li mpt tiiiuiis ul ihe summer season as well 
b die Condi Games. 

It has taken extra time to assemble all this 
information Coiiset|uenlly. we aa' going to print 
almost at the end of September So when you receive 
tht> in earl\ October, sou will know why. 

Hie Pan Pacifies were covered by Paul Quinlan, 
our \astndi;ui correspondent. Pictures were provided 
bj DanenBraybrookh^theAustraUanSPORTThe 
Library photo agency, as well ;ls freelancer Matthew 
Str.uul. an Aussie based in Japan. The poor lighting 
conditions didn't allow for too many good action 
shots. 

The SWIMNEWS team of Nick Thierry, Marco 
Chiesa, and Kami Helmstaedt covered the European 
Ch:impionships. held in Sevilla, Spain, outdoors, in 
ideal conditions. 

Vt'e were brought to Sevilla by the Organizing 
Committee. Marco was thechief photographer for the 
championships, which is not as grand a position as it 
sounds. Hewasinchargeofassigningpositionstojust 
under 100 professional photographers, all clamour- 
ing for the very best positions. Marco, being a Cana- 
dian, and not from one of the competing nations, had 
to settle all disputes. He also toiled countless hours in 
preparingthe Championships internet website, which 
was linked to the SWIMNEWS site. 

I prepared start lists with stats and bios on the 
finalists. These were well received by the media, 
especi al ly TV commentators, saving them the trouble 
of digging up this information. 

We had to put up with missing luggage, a failed 
computer, heat and humidity, but the excitement of 
the competition and the great performances made up 
for all the moments of stress and frustration. 

Katharine Dunn covered the CanadaGames. Her 
story starts on page 31 , and we hope our readers will 
appreciate the effort she made in getting there and 
getting in to watch the competition. Not easy, as there 
was little room in the pool, and Brandon was not 
exactly easy to get to — a long drive from Winnipeg, 
where there was limited accommodation. 

Cecil Colwin tackles amateurism, and how after 
decades of rigid enforcement, it seemingly vanished 
overnight, with rampant commercialization now the 
order of the day. 

TAG times include all competitions from the 
summer, including some U.S. meets where Canadi- 
ans competed, including the Far Westerns. 

October wi 1 1 be the final issue for 1 997. Watch for 
50 deep TAG times, including 18 & olders. 



CANADIAN CALENDAR 



October 

18- 19 Pickering Sprints 

McMister Invitational, Hamilton 

November 

7-9 Mississauga Harvest Invitational, Ktobicoke 
Island Pacific Cup, Victoria 

15- 17 Durham Fall Fest, Pickering 

29- 30 Canadian Open, Toronto 
Dnvmber 

12- 14 Christmas Classic, Pickering 

1998 

January 

3- 4 Trenton Dash for Cash 
February 

7-8 Pickering Sprints 

13- 15 Joanne Malar Invitational, Hamilton 
20-22 Junior Nationals, Trois-Rivieres 

Junior Nationals, Calgary 

20- 22 CIAU Championships, Sherbrooke 
March 

4- 7 Canadian Spring Nationals (50 m), Winnipeg 
7-8 Durham Spring Splash, Pickering 

May 

22-24 Mel Zajacjr International, Vancouver 
28-31 Youth & SWA1) Championships, Sherbrooke 
June 

26- 27 Jack McConnick Invitational, Hamilton 
August 

30- 2 Junior Nationals, Edmonton 
6-9 Maritime Life Nationals, Toronto 
November 

28- 29 Canadian Open 

1999 

February 

19- 21 Junior Nationals - Saint John, NB 

Junior Nationals - Regina 

March 

18-21 Spring Nationals (50 m), Montreal 
May 

21- 23 Mel Zajac Jr. International, Vancouver 

27- 30 Youth Championships/SWAD Nationals, Victoria 

July 

29- 1 Junior Nationals,™ 
August 

29-1 Maritime Life Nationals, Vancouver 

November 

27-28 Canadian Open, TBA 

2000 

February 

18-20 Junior Nationals - East 
Junior Nationals - West 

March 

16- 19 Spring Nationals (50 m) 

May 

Mel Zajacjr. International, Vancouver 
Youth Championships SWAD Nationals 



We can't list your meet if we don't have the 

information. 
Provincial Sections and Clubs send us your 
meet calendar for 1997-98-99 



INTERNATIONAL CALENDAR 



October 

IIP) South East Asian Games, Jakarta, 1NA 
14-19 Australian World Trials, Brisbane 
November 

14-16 British SC Grand Prix 

Bolivarian Games, Arequipa, PER 
December 

5- 7 USS Open, Indianapolis, IN 

111-4 British SC Championships, Sheffield 
1998 

January 

8- 18 World Championships, Perth 

2nd Pacific Ocean Games, Santiago, CHI 

16- 18 British LC Grand Prix 
21-22 World Cup 1, Sydney 

23-2S Geneva International, SUI (50 m) 
February 

30-2 Sjalland Open, DEN, (50 m) 

20- 22 British LC Grand Prix 

21- 22 World Cup 2, Hong Kong 
25-26 World Cup 3, Beijing 
March 

27- 10 VI South American Games, Cuenca, ECU 

6- 8 Luxembourg Open, LUX, (SO m) 

7- 8 Sindelfingen International, GER (50 m) 
7-8 World Cup 4, Rio de Janeiro 

13-14 World Cup 5, Sheffield 

17- 18 WorldCup6,Malmo 

21- 22 World Cup 7, Gelsenkirchen 
25-26 WorldCup8,Imperia 

28- 29 World Cup 9, Paris 

22- 24 British LC Grand Prix 
April 

18- 19 Mulhouse International, FRA (50 m) 

May 

1-3 Vienna International, AUT 




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COMMONWEALTH 

• Men's 100 freestyle: 

49.52 Michael Him, AUS, Fukuoka, Aug 1 1 prelims 
49.46 Michael Him, AUS, Fukuoka, Aug 1 1 finals 
49. IS Michael Him, AUS, Fukuoka, Aug 12, relay lead-off 
Betters old record of 49.72 Chris Fydler, AUS. 9S 

• Men's 400 individual medley: 4:16.11 Matthew Dunn, 
AUS, Fukuoka, Aug 1 1. Betters old record of 4:16.28 Curtis 
Myden, CAN, 1996 

EUROPEAN 

• Men's 4x100 free relay: 3:16.8S Russia, Sevilla, Aug 22. 
Betters old record of 3: 17.06, Russia, in Atlanta, 1996 

• Women's 200 breaststroke: 2:24.90 Agnes Kovacs, 
HUN, Sevilla, Aug 20. Betters own record of 2:2S.31 from April 
1997. 

CANADIAN RECORDS 

• Men's 100 freestyle: S0.06 Stephen Clarke, ROW, 
Fukuoka, Aug 11. Betters own previous record of SO. 14 from 
Atlanta, Jul 22, 1996 

• Men's 200 backstroke: l:S9.6l Mark Versfeld, PDSA 
Fukuoka, Aug 12. Betters old record of 1:59.81 Chris Renaud, 
UCSC, 1996 

NATIONAL AGE GROUP 

• Boys 15-17 100 breaststroke: 1.02.81 Morgan Knabe. 
EKSC, Fukuoka, Aug 1 1 . Betters own record of 1 :0.3.06 from 
Summer Nationals 1997. 



SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1997 



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to be at the 

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in Perth 
January 8-18, 1998 

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1997 PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS 



STRONG USA TEAM WINS 

KRAYZELBURG, GROTE, WALKER, MEN'S WORLD LEADERS AND 
THOMPSON, BENNETT, QUANCE TOPS AMONG WOMEN 
AUSTRALIANS CLOSING THE GAP WITH KLIM, RILEY, AND O'NEILL 



l'.iul Quintan 

Fl KI OKA — Hie l nitt.il States had a resounding 
victors with I 1 ' gold, h silver, and 18 bronze medals 

from 36 events. 

Australia finished second with 12 gold, 7 silver, 
and 5 bronze medals, not leaving many for the other 
1 ■-.:<. ling c intries Hie home team, Japan, fin- 
ished third Willi 2 gold, 3 silver, and 2 bronze medals, 
which mast have been a disappointment for them on 
their home ground. Costa Rica took home 2 gold and 
1 silver medal through their one competitor, the 
talented Atlanta Olympic silver medallist in the 200 
freesty le. Claudia Poll. 

Canada, one of the four Pan Pacific charter 
nations, wenl home without a top medal, not finding 
the recipe for gold at this meet. Time after time they 
were tantalizingly close to a win. but finished with 7 
silver and 6 bronze. 

China, with a small contingent of athletes, won 
1 gold, 2 silver, and 1 bronze. Puerto Rico, also with 
only one competitor. Ricardo Busquets, was success- 
ful with 1 gold (a tie for 
first in the 50 free with 
William Pilczuk, USA) 
and 1 bronze. Other coun- 
tries to medal were South 
Africa with 1 silver and 
New Zeal andwith 3 bronze 
medals. 

The NISHI Civic Pool 
(50 m) and warm up- 
swim down facility with 
the large diameter lane 
lines were ideal for fast 
swimming. The host na- 
tion.which has conducted 
four of the seven Pan Pa- 
cific Championships held 
to date, was very coopera- 
tive and did the utmost to 
conduct a meet of world 
standard. TheSEIKOelec- 
tronic display board and 
results service from the 
touch pads were the best 
to date. The large screen 

The Fukuoka pool 



PANASONIC television monitor gave close-up views 
1" ith above and underwater not normally available to 
spectators. 

Yet no world records came. Many of the elite 
athletes were obviously targetting the coming World 
Championships or stayed home, as did a number of 
Australians who will swim their trials in early Octo- 
ber. 

The top sprinter of the meet was Michael Klim, 
AUS, of the straight arm recovery, who took two of the 
three gold medals in the sprint freestyle category. He 
won the 200 in a time of 1:47.60. Later, he led off 
Austral i a's 4x200 free relay wi th an even faster 1:47.56 
to become the world's leading performer in 1997. 

Klim's 100 winning time was 49.46, with an even 
faster 49. 1 5 in his lead-off leg of the 4x 1 00 free relay. 

The Australian Institute of Sport and Coach 
Gennadi Touretski prepared Michael Klim, who was 
born in Poland and lived in several countries before 
his family settled in Australia when the young swim- 
mer was seven years of age. He celebrated his 20th 
birthday on the third day of this meet. 



Men's Open Water (25 km) 

The winner of the men's Open Water event went to the 
176 cm, 95 kg Grant Robinson, AUS, who won in 
convincing style. 

Swimmers went in where angels would fear to 
tread, with a typhoon hovering not too far away. A day 
for the fearless, some would say. If you have the 
experience of asurf lifesaver, maybe you can afford to 
be fearless like Grant Robinson from Australia, who 
went into the typhoon affected sea of Fuluoka, battled 
the sun, warm water, and jellyfish for 4 hours 40 
minutes 38 seconds to take a gold medal for Australia. 

Eight other male Open Water enthusiasts, not to 
mention their handlers, also went through the full 25 
km ordeal. Liafn Weseloh of Canada was runner up in 
this endurance event in 4h 52m 38s with Nathan 
Stooke, USA, arriving at the finish line in 4h 57m 37s. 
Women's Open Water (25 km) 
The Open Water event was the toughest ever for these 
marathon swimmers, with a typhoon threatening in 
the background. 

In the women's Open Water Championship, the 
evergreen veteran of world marathon events, Shelley 
Taylor-Smith, AUS, led seven other women brave 
enough to tackle and conquer any elements, no 
matter how severe. The 35-year-old showed a clean 
pair of heel to all the others to win in 5h 01m 12s. 

Tobie Smith (5h 05m 08s) and Bambi Bowman 
(5h 13m 04s), both hailing from America, earned 
their silver and bronze medals the hard way. Only one 
swimmer was recorded as not completing the ardu- 
ous 25-km course. 




SPORT The Library Damn Braybrook 



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SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1997 



DAY 1, AUGUST 10 



MAI NAKAMURA GIVES JAPAN 
ONLY GOLDS IN BACKSTROKE 



Men's 800 Freestyle 

Pre-meet publicity focussed on the young 17-year- 
old, Grant Hackett, AUS, from Denis Cotterell's club 
in Miami on Australia's Gold Coast. Grant had won 
his first 1997 World SC Championship in Goteborgfor 
1500 freestyle. 

Hackett had two very fine swims, in the 400 tree, 
3:47.27, and 800 free, 7:50.30. As predicted, the men's 
800 free was the swim of the first night, with Grant 
Hackett, AUS, winning in 7:50.30, a personal best by 
nine seconds. This time places him third on the World 
All Time Best list, ahead of the great Russian, Vladimir 
Salnikov, and headed only by countrymen Kieren 
Perkins and Daniel Kowalski. 

Chad Carvin (7:57.82) and Tyler Painter 
(8:01.17), both USA, admitted after the race to being 
put off by the early pace of Hackett's 55.44 100, 
1:54.58 200 and 3:53-58 400. They were unable to 
hold technique and lost staying power in the back 
half of the race. 

Women's 200 Freestyle 

When Claudia Poll from Costa Rica hits the pool, 
traditional powers in the sport can swim for second. 
The Francisco Rivas-coached athlete showed her back 
to the opposition all the way, splitting 27.98, 57.57, 
and 1:27.80 for her winning time of 1:57.48, a new 
meet record. Her time was faster than Franziska van 
Almsick's gold-medal time in Atlanta and just 7/10 of 
a second short of the German's world record. 

Chinese sprinter, Jingyi Le, no doubt getting 
some solid endurance quality training before the 
Asian Games, swam 2:00.54 for silver, hotly pursued 
by Joanne Malar, CAN, whose 2:01.12 was a personal 
best. 

Men's 200 Freestyle 

No doubt relishing the chance to have only one event 
on Day 1 of an international meet, 19-year-old Michael 
Klim got Plan A to work for him at last and swam the 
final faster that the prelim to win convincingly in 
1 :47.60. Silver medal 1 istjosh Davis, USA, 1:48. 17, was 
leading Klim through the 50 and 100 turns, but the 
Australian powered home in the second half to lead 
where it counts. 

A surprise to some observers was the fact that the 
New Zealand Olympic champion Danyon Loader did 
not reach the final eight. Ever-reliable Trent Bray, 
NZL, 1:49.27, filled the breach for the "Land of The 
Long White Cloud" by claiming the bronze medal. 



To show his stamina was not too impaired by the 
hard 800 free, held two events previous, Grant Hackett, 
AUS, won the B Final with 1:49.53, fourth fastest for 
the day. 

Men's 100 Backstroke 

In the 100 Neil Walker, USA, took it out hard, leading 
at the 50 with 26.48, ahead of teammate Lenny 
Krayzelburg, USA, who split 26.73- Both had a full 
one-second lead over the field. Krayzelburg put the 
pressure on during the second length finishing first 
with 54.43. Walker was second in 55.27. Canada's 
Mark Versfeld took the bronze with a personal best of 
55.55. 

Lenny Krayzelburg, a Ukrainian-born Ameri- 
can, looks like an athlete and swims like an athlete, 
and is third on the all-time best list in the 100 (54.43) , 
and fourth in the 200 ( 1 :57.87). Krayzelburg was one 
of the international finds of the meet and will be 
worth watching in Perth. 

Women's 100 Backstroke 

There's nothing like a hometown winner. Mai 
Nakamura, JPN, 18 years of age and a much im- 
proved swimmer since 1996, won with 1:01.13. She 
split 29.63 to lead at the first turn and held off a strong 
challenge from veteran Lea Loveless-Maurer ( 1 :0 1 .35) 
of the USA. Catherine Fox, also from the USA, was in 
third position throughout and finished strongly in 
1:01.83. 

Barbara Bedford, Olympic silver medallist in 
Atlanta, won the B Finals in 1 :0 1 .76, adding to the list 
who have found that it's hard to get back up the year 
after the Games. 

Men's 200 Butterfly 

Ugur Tanner, USA, won the 200 in 1:57.35, fast 



enough to rank him seventh on the all time list. He 
took the early lead, but was challenged by Australian 
Scott Goodman, who had the lead until the last length 
when Taner and Tom Malchow, USA, moved ahead, 
with Goodman in third at the finish. Taner won the 
event in a meet record time of 1:57.35. Malchow's 
time was 1:57.71, and Goodman's time was 1:58.34. 
Popular Japanese flyer Takashi Yamamoto finished 
strongly in fourth in l:Sn.S2. 

Women's 200 Butterfly 

Susan O'Neill, AUS, the Olympic champion ranked 
first in the world and third on the all time list, raised 
anticipation of a world record swim. The pressure 
must have weighed heavily on the swimmer's mind 
and shoulders. After the race, O'Neill admitted to not 
being relaxed and was disappointed with herwinning 
time of 2:08.59, still the fastest time of the year. The 
record will come when it's not expected. 

Kristine Quance, USA, who admits to having 
thoughts of making butterfly her major stroke, fin- 
ished strongly in 2:09.29 ahead of Misty Hyman, I ISA 
(2:11.53). Earlier in the race. Hyman had the lead 
through the first turn with O'Neill challenging for the 
lead at the 100, splitting 1:01.09. 

Canadian Jessica Deglau, 17, missed the medals, 
finishing fourth with 2: 1 1 .53. 

Women's 1500 Freestyle 

Brooke Bennett, USA, has a goal to be the second 
swimmer after the great Janet Evans to break 16 
minutes for the 1500 free. With little opposition, she 
missed her goal, winning easily with 16:10.24 and 
leading an all-USA sweep of the top four spots. 

The bronze medal was claimed by Brooke 
Townsend, AUS, as only two swimmers from a coun- 
try count towards medals in this timed-final event 




Brooke Bennett, USA, the world leader for 800 and 1500 free 



SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1997 



DAY 2, AUGUST 11 



AUSTRALIA'S 
KLIM READY NOW 

AMERICAN MEN POST 
FASTEST 4X200 RELAY 



U onion's 1 00 Freestyle 

World record holder Jingyi I*. CHN, was first away 
and inamlaineil that lead for the first 25 with Jenny 
Thompson. USA. gradually pegging her back. 
Thompson turned first in 26.64. followed closely by 
tin? Chinese swimmer ( 26.98) . who appeared content 
to wait until the "5 to make a serious challenge. But 
it was too late to pass the experienced I S champion. 

Jenny Thompson maintained technique and rat- 
ing to win in a new Pan Pac record of 54.82. Le was 
timed at 54.86 and the third-place finisher Catherine 
Fox. USA, was timed at 56.07. 

The B Final went to Melanie Valerio, USA, in 
56.90. 

Men s 100 Freestyle 

In the 100 free, the order changed immediately after 
the field surfaced from an even start off the gun. The 
leaders were Neil Walker. USA. Sion Brinn.JAM, and 
Michael Klim. AUS. 

Walker maintained his lead into the turn with a 
23.62. followed by Klim with a 24.04. But it was the 
1 9-year-old from "Down Under," Klim, who powered 
home with his straight-arm recovery technique spe- 
cially moulded for him by Coach Gennadi Touretski 
at the Australian Institute of Sport. 

Ricardo Busquets. PUR, won the first medal for 
hiscountry at this meet with 49.94. splitting 24.21, for 
the bronze. He moved ahead of fourth-place finisher 
Stephen Clarke, CAN. whose 50.06 was a personal 
best 

Jon Olsen. the most experienced sprinter on the 
US\ team, won the B Final in 49-95. 

Women's 100 Brea.sLstroke 

The A Final was the race many came to see this 
evening with the current and previous World Record 
Holder and World Champions pitted against each 

other. 

Samantha Riley, AUS, is on the comeback trail 
after a not-so-pleasant Olympic year. The Olympic 
champion and first gold medallist for South Africa 
since their readmission to the Games, Penny Heyns, 
has been finding it difficult to settle down. 




Australia's Michael Klim won 100 and 200 

Starts have been good, and this race was no 
exception, with the field moving as one off the blocks, 
but the South African appeared strong underwater 
and headed Riley to the surface. However, from there 
itwas the smooth technician from Coach Scott Volker's 
Commercial Club in Brisbane who took over the 
running and the lead at the turn, splitting 31.87 to 
Heyns' 32.26. 

Riley maintained her style and pace to hold off a 
challenge from Heyns at the 75. From there on, Riley 
increased her lead by another half second in the 
second 50. 



f pgg SPORT The Library Darrin Braybrook 

Watch for fireworks in Perth in January. 

Kristy Kowal, USA, went under the 1:10 barrier to 
take the bronze with 1:09.18, touching out Tara 
Sloan, CAN, who snuck under the same mark record- 
ing 1:09-89, a personal best, just ahead of teammate 
Lauren van Oosten by 2/100ths of a second. 

Helen Denman, AUS, won the B Final in 1 : 10.05. 

Men's 100 Breaststroke 

All swimmers moved away well from the gun. but itwas 
the Australian Philip Rogers who went out with Kurt 
Grote, USA, to lead the field at the first turn. Grate's split 
at the 50 was 28.82 and Rogers' was 29.03. 



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SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1997 



Grote held off a strong challenge by Rogers who 
went a length of stroke in striving to overhaul his 
opponent, both making a good race of it to fin ish with 
1:01.22 and 1:01.85 respectively. Jarrod Marrs, USA, 
was third all the way, splitting 29.24 and finishing 
with 1 :02.64. Grote's time moved him to fourth on the 
all-time list, an improvement of 12 places. 

The B Final went to Jeremy Linn, USA, in 1:01 .88, 
which would have placed him third in the major 
final. 

Women's 400 Individual Medley 

KristineQuance, the 22-year-old Californian, was the 
standout athlete in this event, winning every leg of 
thisendurance medley. Hersplits were 1:02. 16, 2. 14.96, 
3:34.26, and 4:39-61 to move up from fourth in the 
1997 World Rankings to the number one spot at the 
close of this meet. 

Madeline Crippen, USA, 17 years old, took the 
silver medal with a solid 4:43.20. She is coached by 
Dick Shoulberg at the Foxcatcher Club in Pennsylva- 
nia, USA. 

Joanne Malar, CAN, a Kinesiology student at 
McMaster University coached by Gaye Straiten, took 
the bronze with a 4:44. 17. 

Jamie Cail, USA, won the B Final in 4:47.19- 

Men's 400 Individual Medley 

No comment on the A Final of the 400 1M would be 
complete without noting that the Olympic champion 



and world record holder, Tom Dolan, LISA, dramati- 
cally stopped at the 3 15 mark in his prelim, obviously 
struggling for breath. This has apparently occurred 
previously in recent times. Dolan went on to swim a 
4:30 and scratch from the B Final. His prelim was won 
by the diminutive Aussie Trent Steed, 4:23.97, over 
Ron Karnaugh, USA, 4:24.20. 

Media representatives were advised that Dolan 
had suffered an asthma attack, similar to that which 
occurred in a recent event in the US. In both these 
races it happened in the freestyle leg. It appeal's that 
he is affected by hot steamy conditions, as was the case 
in Fukuoka. 

In the 400 final, with Curtis Myden, CAN, and 
Matthew Dunn, AUS, in the same race, there is always 
excitement for the spectators. The pair did not disap- 
point. Curtis went out with a solid 100 butterfly in 
57.69 followed by the Chinese Wei Wang 58. 5 1 . At this 
stage Matthew was third in 58.71 having recovered 
from fifth at the first turn. 

The Canadian was still leading at the conclusion 
of the backstroke in 2:04. 1 5, Wei Wangsecond, 2:04.76, 
followed by Dunn, 2:05.61. Not many gave the Aus- 
tralian a chance at the halfway point, but by the 250 
mark Dunn had climbed up to second behind Myden. 
It was still the Canadian in the lead at 300 in 3:16.67 
to the Australian a second away in 3:17.85. 

Then came a great last 100 freestyle by both 
swimmers, with Matthew Dunn finally overtaking his 
long-time competitor to win in a Commonwealth 



record time of 4:16.11. The time for Myden was 
4:16.30. Dunn's time moved him from tenth on the 
all-time best list to seventh. 

Trent Steed, Dunn's teammate from the A1S in 
Canberra, took out his first international medal with 
a strong bronze-medal performance of 4:21.07. 

Women's 4X200 Freestyle Relay 

In the 4x200 free, there were two races: a battle for the 
gold between the U.S. and Canada, and a battle for the 
bronze between early leader Australia ami Japan 

The USA team finished the 800 relay just one 
second ahead of the Canadian girls, in 8:07.82. Aus- 
tralia (8:13-92) held on to take the bronze from the 
home team, Japan (8:15.28). 

Men's 4X200 Freestyle Relay 

The Australians were quietly confident before this 
event, but with a virus racking the energy of some of 
their endurance swimmers, they had to be satisfied 
with the silver medal and a 7: 15.72 to the strong USA 
winning time of 7:13-99, a new Pan Pac record. 

Chad Garvin, USA, split 1:48.26 in leadingoff and 
Josh Davis anchored in 1:47.35, while Michael Klim 
gave the Australians a chance with a 200 lead-off in 
1:47.56, and the teenager Grant Hackett anchored in 
1:47.95. 

The New Zealanders won bronze with 7:28.33, 
ahead of Japan, just one second behind in 7:29. 1 3- 





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W mni'ii's idO Freestyle 

Hp n>kc Bennett. I SA. went into the final of the-tCX) free 
.b the fastest qualifier (4:10.68), while Claudia Poll, 
C.KC. swam controlled and rehixed to pst 4: 13.06 in 
llie prelims 

In the final. Poll led from the first ten metres with 
Bennett at hershoulder ;uid Joanne Malar, CAN, right 
with them V* the race progressed, Poll and Bennett 
looked more and more impressive: at the 200, Poll was 
2:01 T 2. Bennett 2:02.8. with Diane Munz, USA, in 
: IK 48 Jo;uineM:d;irw;isstillclosetotliirdin2:06.l4. 

At 300 metres, Poll was still controlling the race in 
3 04.01. one and a quarter body lengths ahead of 
Bennett (3:05.89). with Munz (3:10.25) and Malar 
(3:10.99) further back. 

Poll held her classic high-elbow two-beat kick 
technique until the last 50 metres, when she turned on 
the six-beat kick to bri n g home the I ast 1 ap i n style and 
swim me best women's 400 since Janet Evans went 
4:05.85 in 1993. Poll finished in 4:06.56. 

Bennett finished in 4:09.77 for the silver, a per- 
sonal best, and Munz took bronze in 4: 14.03 ahead of 
Malar (4:15.17). Poll's swim is now the fifth all-time 
best for the event. 




Limpert and Malar medalled in 200 1.M. 



Jaime Call, 16, won the B Final in 4: 16.16 over 
Canada's Andrea Schwarz (4:16.84). 



Men's 400 Freestyle 

Grant Hackett, AUS, had the slightest of margins over 
ChadCarvin, USA, and John Piersma, USA. At the 100, 
Hackett (54.06) pulled ahead of Piersma. Carvin was 
in third with Danyon Loader, NZL, fourth in 55.72, 
followed by 14-year-old Aussie Ian Thorpe (55-9D- 
Hackett looked impressive with his long stroke, 



Matthew Strand 

turning in 1:51.62 at the 200. Carvin was back in 
second (1:5373), with Piersma third (1:53-78). 

At 300 Hackett split 2:49-98. Carvin was a close 
second in 2:52.59, with Thorpe now third in 2:53-1 1, 
ahead of Piersma. 

Thorpe overtook Carvin with one lap to go. The 17 
-year-old Hackett finished in a best time of 3:47.27 
and a 1997 top world ranking. At 14, Thorpe ranks 
number two in the world with 3:49-64. Carvin took 
bronze in 3:50.40 ahead of teammate Piersma 
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Carvin said following the race, "I went into the 
race with the intention of teaching this young guy 
(Hackett) something, but I think the two youngAussies 
took me to school." 

Ugur Tanner, USA, won the B Final in 3:53-59 
over Jason Samuelson, AUS, in 3:56.02. 

Women's 100 Butterfly 

Jenny Thompson, USA, is an accomplished techni- 
cian in all phases of the race — start, stroke, turn, and 
finish. She is also a great competitor and can find that 
bit extra when it's called for at any part of the race. 

In the 100 fly, Misty Hyman, USA, stayed under- 
water for 35 m in herextended breakout, but it was the 
Japanese champion Ayari Aoyama who touched first 
at the turn (27.02 to Hyman's 27.5 1) Jenny Thompson, 
USA, split 27.68, followed in fourth by Huijue Cai, 
CHN, in 28.08. 

Aoyama was looking set for a win until the expe- 
rienced Thompson challenged at 90 metres, finally 
touching out the diminutive Japanese swimmer. 
Thompson set a meet record of 59-00; Aoyama was 
second in 59-35. Cai stole the bronze from Hyman, 
who was 1 :00. 13 for fourth. 

The B Final went to Richelle Fox, USA, in 59-52 
over Julia Ham, AUS, in 1:01.53- 

Men s 100 Butterfly 

Neil Walker, USA, and Michael Klim, AUS, matched 
each other underwater for 25 m, but it was the Ameri- 
can who touched first at the 50 in 23-89, followed by 
teammate Nathaniel Dusing (24.30) and Klim (24.60). 
Takashi Yamamoto, JPN, was in fourth in 25.18. 

The second lap saw a strong ch al len ge from Kl im . 
He managed to overtake Dusing but Walker stayed in 
front to swim 52.76, a new meet record that moves 
him to third on the all-time best list. Klim clocked 
52.94 to improve his standing on the all-time best list 
from seventh to fourth. Dusing held on for the bronze 
with 53-26 over Yamamoto's 53-56. 

Women's 200 Backstroke 

tea Loveless-Maurer, USA, went out strongly (30.67) 
and turned just ahead of Mai Nakamura, JPN, in 
30.69. It was Loveless-Maurer all the way to the 100 
mark (1:03-84 to Nakamura's 1:03.88). Miki Nakao, 
JPN, was having her own battle with Meredith Smith, 
AUS, for the bronze (1:04.57 to 1:04.63). 

Japanese champion Nakamura took the victory 
in 2:11.40 over veteran Loveless-Maurer (2:12.25). 
Third was Nakao in 2:12.8, then Smith (2:14.81). 

It was a strong showing by the host nation in this 
event. The swim improved Nakamura's standing on 
the all-time best list from 22nd to 18th, 

Barbara Bedford, USA, won the consol in 2:13.60 
ahead of Noriko Inada, JPN, in 2:14.52. 

Men's 200 Backstroke 

Lenny Krayzelburg, I ISA, led the event from start to 




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finish, splitting 28.41, 58.26, and 1:28.25 for a fourth 
all-time best timeof 1:57.87. Notbadforsomeone who 
was unheard of in the sport 18 months ago. 

Brad Bridgewater, USA, challenged his teammate 
over the first two laps but then had adifferent battle on 
his hands with Mark Yersfeld, CAN (58.86), who stole 
thesilverin 1:59-61. Both Krayzelburg and Versfeld set 
new national records. Bridgewater split 58.75 for his 
bronze in 2:00.04. 

Women's 4X100 Freestyle Relay 

The US women's team led each leg lo come out 
winners in 3:4.3.77. 

The race for the lesser medals was between Aus- 
tralia, Canada, and Japan, the Aussies leading their 
Commonwealth opponents until the 250, when the 
Canadians moved into second place and stayed there 
until the finish. Australia just held off a strong finish 



from Japan to take the bronze. The times w ere: I S \ 
3:43.77, CAN 3:46.57, Al IS .3:47.49, and JPN 3:47.58. 
Men's 4X100 Freesty le Relay 

Michael Klim's 49.15 gave the Australians a handy 
lead of 0.7 1 seconds over the US team ( Scott Tucker) 
at the first takeover. Richard Upton held thai lead to 
split 1:39.26 to the USA's 1:39-52. Canada (1:40.81) 
led New Zealand (1:41.71) at the 200. 

The Aussies and Americans continued theirfight, 
with the Australians slipping back at the .300: It was 
USA (2:29.21), AUS (2:29.47), CAN (2:32.17). and 
NZL (2:32.72). 

The US men's team took the gold in 3:18.18, 
with the Australians second in 3:1933, :i new Com- 
monwealth record. New Zealand finished strongly 
(.3:22.49) to steal the bronze medal from Canada 
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QUANCE BEST IN THE 
INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 

Women's SIX) Freest) Ic 

Brooke Bennett. I 'SA. took the lead from the gun and 
kept it throughout the race. It appeared as though 
Claudia Poll. CRC, would sit back and try tochallenge 
with a negative split, but talented as she is. her efforts 
were not enough to surpass a determined Bennett, 
who won in 8:26.%. Poll took the silver in 8:29.05, 
and Plana Munz. I SA. the bronze in 8:29.06. Nadine 
Neumann, .MS, was fourth with 8:40.56. 

Women's 200 Individual Medley 

Kristine Quance, I SA, like oilier winners at this meet, 
took it out fast in a "catch me if you can" spirit, taking 
Iter second IM gold in 2: 13-79- 

Canadians Marianne Limpert (2:14.91) and 
Joanne Malar (2:16.17) took the remaining medals. 

Men's 200 Individual Medley 

Matthew Dunn of Australiaand Can ada'sCurtisMyden 
staged another of their battles with Dunn coming 
from behind on the second 100towinin2:01.l4over 
Myden's 2:01.83. Ron Karnaugh, USA, making a 
comeback after completing medical studies, swam a 
creditable 2:02.25 for third place. Dunn's time moved 
him from 13th to 1 1th on the all-time best list. 

Tom Dolan, L'SA. scratched from the prelims in 
the 200 IM. 

Women's SO Freestyle 

Jingyi Le. CHN, won the only gold for her country at 
this year's Pan Pacs in the 50 free with 25.24. Jenny 
Thompson, L'SA. won the silver in 25.42, and Nicole 
de Man. I SA. won the bronze in 25.66, not a particu- 
larly high standard for this event. 

Men's SO Freestyle 

The men's 50 sprintwas hotly contested, with Ricardo 
Busquets of Puerto Rico and W illiam Pilczuk of the 
ISA tied for gold with 22.42. David Fox, USA, took the 
bronze in 22.69- 

women's 200 Breaststroke 

Samantha Riley. AL'S. eclipsed the field, and her time 
of 2:25.3-» was the top women's performance of the 
meet Masami Tamaka of Japan took silver (2:28.66) 
from a determined Lauren van Oosten, CAN, who 
finished in 2:29-83. a personal best. 

Men's 200 Breaststroke 

Kurt Grote. L'SA. took the 200 event with a 2:14.05. 
Phil Rogers, AL'S. set the pace from lane 1 and led the 



race to the 150 turn, where his lack of condition 
showed. (! role took over to land hissecond gold medal 
in2:l4.05.YoshiakiOkita,JPN,wassecondin2:l4.59. 
ToniW ilkin.i SA, finished in 2: 14.80, ahead of Rogers 
In I 100 ill ,i second to take the bronze. 

Men s 1 500 Freestyle 

Wecouldn't wait for the 1 500 freeon the last day of the 
meet. I nl< nil matelv, the virus that sent some of Grant 
1 1. k kril s Australian teammates home withoutswim- 
ming. couldn't wait either and announced its 
prescence on the day of the 1 500. To the disappoint- 
ment of all, this promisingdistanceswimmerwas not 
well enough to go under 1 5 minutes as he had hoped, 
but he did win the race to retain his country's un- 
beaten record in this event at all seven Pan Pacific 
Championships. 

Suffering from a viral infection and high tem- 
perature, he should not have swum the race. He did, 
however, complaining afterward that he was "sick as 
a dog" and had fever chills before the race. He still 
won convincingly, even if erratically, in 15:13-25. 
Tyler Painter, USA, was second in 15:17.01, with 
teammate Chad Garvin very close behind in 15: 17. 18. 

Hackett will face some challenges at Australia's 
Trials Meet for the World Championships on October 
5 to 1 1, where he will compete with Kieren Perkins, 
Daniel Kowalski, and 14-year-old sensation Ian 
Thorpe for the two spots on the team. There will have 
to be two worthy swimmers sitting in the stands 
watching the 400 and 1500 freestyle at Perth in 
January. 

Women's 4X100 Medley Relay 

The Japanese fans had much to cheer about after Mai 
Nakamura's backstroke leg gave the team the lead. 
The Americans took the lead after the breaststroke 
leg, although it was Australia's Samantha Riley who 
swam the fastest 100 breast (1:07.10). Ayari Aoyama's 
fly leg narrowed the gap between the second-place 
Australians and third-place Japanese. Howeverjenny 
Thompson's final 100 free beat all, locking up the US 
win. The USA team's winning time of 4:04.27 did not 
challenge the Pan Pac record of 4:02.93. Australia 
placed second with 4:05.72 and Japan third with 
4:07.83- Canada placed fourth with 4:10.76. 

Men s 4X100 Medley Relay 

The outcome was never in doubt for the USA after 
Lenny Krayzelburg's blistering 54.74 in the lead-off 
backstroke leg. The Austral i ans were second th rough - 
out, with Michael Klim closing the gap with his 48.60 
final freestyle leg, his fastest 100 free at the Pan Pacs. 
The USA relay team won in a Pan Pac record time of 
3:36.93, almost three full seconds ahead of the Aus- 
tralians (3:39-73). The Canadians placed third in 
3:43.98, almost ten full seconds ahead of fourth- 
place New Zealand. 

The Japanese team was disqualified. 



A MAN ON A MISSION 

Russ Ewald 

Kurt Grote fulfilled the dream of winning a gold 
medal at the Olympics. But the former Stanford 
University swimmer left Atlantadisappointed because 
the medal came for swimming in the preliminaries 
on the medley relay team. His goal had been to earn 
a medal in an individual event, but he fell short with 
a sixth in the 100 breaststroke and eighth in the 200 
breast. 

"I knewlcouldn'tbedone," recalls Grote, 24. "At 
that point, I'd gotten to the Olympic finals and was 
still improving every meet I swam in. So how could I 
possibly stop?" 

The answer wasn't so simple. Grote was sched- 
uled to start medical school at Stanford shortly after 
the Olympics. Ron Karnaugh, a 1992 Olympian, 
combined medical studies with swimming recently. 
He became a doctor but didn't make the Olympic 
team last year. 

Last fall Grote took 29 units his first quarter of 
medical school, nearly double the typical under- 
graduate load. Although he says that is common 
among med students, it limited his training to just 
three or four hours a week. Still, he was able to win 
both breaststrokes (1:02.73, 2:14.39) at the winter 
nationals in January and missed his personal best in 
the 200 by only 43/100ths. 

The following quarters, though, Grote lightened 
his school load and concentrated on preparing for the 
summermeets. When the Stanford men's team started 
tapering for NCAAs, he began working out at the 
Santa Clara club under Dickjochums and raised his 
training level. 

The work paid off. Grote swept the breaststrokes 
at the summer nationals (1:01.45, 2:12.35) and Pan 
Pacific meet (1:01.22, 2:14.05) and became the first 
swimmer to be ranked No. 1 in the world in both 
breaststrokes since John Moffet (another Stanford 
swimmer) in 1985. 

"He's a man on a mission," describes Jochums. 

Grote sees no secret to his success. He says, "Every 
season I try to train a little harder. I push my body 
harder. It worked great this summer." 

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says, "I haven't found it that hard, although there are 
times when it's really hard, like the fall quarter in 
anatomy and Christmas training when swimming 
was dragging me down. I think the key is knowing 
when to back off one, so you can put the energy into 
the other when you need to. I don't think I 'ddo as well 
in either if I didn't have the other." 

Grote also found time to get married August 23 to 
longtime girlfriend Amy Hunn. 

"He's just an amazing guy that really needs to be 
busy," says Stanford coach Skip Kenney. 

Wife Amy adds, "He has succeeded in the 
classroom because he's very efficient when he 
studies. Hecan readsomethingonce and commit 
it to memory." 

Growing up in San Diego, Grote played soc- 
cerfor lOyearsasayoungsteruntil his pediatrician 
suggested grass sports weren't a good idea, be- | 
cause Grote, an asthmatic, was allergic to grass. 
Asthma had forced Grote to spend some time in | 
the hospital, miss a lot of school, and visit the 
doctor weekly to get allergy shots. The doctor 
recommended swimming since the humidity of 
the water is good for people with asthma and the 
aerobic exercise strengthens the lungs and heart. 

Grote joined his San Dieguito High School 
swim team. At 15, he was starting the sport very 
late. He developed into a decent sprinter his first 
two years and began swimming breaststroke as a 
senior but attracted no col lege scholarship offers. 
Kenney, though, saw his potential and invited 
him to walk on at Stanford. 

Training with the top college team, Grote 
struggled to keep up in workouts his freshman 
season. Yet, by the NCAA Championships, he 
qualified first and placed fourth in the 200 yard 
breast and was sixth in the 100 breast to help Stanford 
to the first of three successive team titles. Grote im- 
proved each season, reaching the top in 1994 with a 
200 breast victory at the NCAAs and then sweeping the 
breasLstrokes (53-21, 1:55.02) the following year as a 
senior. Grote loved his Stanford experience so much 
he neverseriouslythoughtof transferring, even though 
the most aid he ever received at the expensive private 
university was one-tenth of a full scholarship. 

Grote is out of the ordinary in other ways. He 
sleeps as much as 11 hours a day, including an 
afternoon nap, eats from 5,000 to 6,000 calories 
during heavy training, keeps a journal of all his 
workouts and studies breaststrokers from a huge 
library of videotapes taken either by his father at 
meets or from TV coverage. 

Although the Olympics were only a year away, 
(irote surprised Kenney, teammates, and friends by 
announcing his retirement following the NCAA meet. 
Me planned to start medical school in the fall. 

"College swimming was a big deal for me," he 
explains. "It's thrilling to be part of a team that has 



a shot at the national title. When you are coming 
from the background I had — not thinking you were 
evengoingtobeapartofaDivision 1 team — thatwas 
enough. I was completely satisfied with that. I didn't 
think I had the potential to be a great metres swim- 
mer." 

Grote had never finished higher than fifth at the 
U.S. championships during his college years. Instead 
of pointing for nationals, he used the summer to get 
in better shape for the next college season. 

Six weeks later, though, he changed his mind 




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and received approval from the medical school to 
delay starting his studies for a year. With the time off 
and the taper, there was precious little time to train for 
the 1995 summer nationals. So when Grote cut a 
second and a half off his personal best in the 100 
metre breaststroke to win in 1:01.91 and took second 
in the 200 breast in 2:15.57, his confidence soared. 

Not even a terrible bike accident curtailed Grote. 
In October of 1995, he was riding at about 40 miles 
per hour — he hiked 1 50 miles a week as part of his 
training — when his front tire hit a rock to send him 
flying through the air. His body skidded to a stop, 
shearing roughly 10 percent of his skin off his back, 
arms, hip and legs. After checking to see he had no 
broken bones, he hiked 17 miles home and somehow 
avoided going into shock when he looked in a mirror. 
He cleaned asphalt out of his back the best he could. 
The next day he flew to Colorado Springs for a 
scheduled trainingcamp at the U.S. Swimming head- 
quarters where the medical staff cleaned his back the 
proper way. 

The nexl da\ he was hack in the water, kicking 



only because he wasn't able to move his amis well. 
While he couldn't take a full stroke for aweek and felt 
lousy for a month because of an infection, he never 
missed a day. 

"That's something I'm proud of," says Grote, 
who suffered another setback in December of 1995 
when a groin injury prevented him from kicking for 
a month. "I thought of it kind of as a test, and I didn't 
want to let it affect me. I wanted to be able to withstand 
any psychological challenge." 

Grote passed the biggest test when he won the 200 
breast (2:14.22) and finished runner-up in the 
100 breast (1:02.03) at the Olympic trials. 

The plan forthis season is to take a lightclass 
load in the fall and focus on training at Stanford 
for the World Championships. Grote will then 
take heavy loads the final two quarters. 

Kenney thinks his swimmer will have no 
d problem sticking around for the next Olympics. 
I "He's mentally fresher than other swimmers his 
age because of his late start in the sport," says the 
Stanford coach. "I thought he was sort of taking 
this year off and he becomes No. 1 in the world." 

Grote is able to support himself financially 
through a number of sources. Stanford benefac- 
tor Mary Hiller, who also assisted Stanford stars 
Tyler Mayfield and Jeff Rouse, has started a trust 
fund for the breaststroker. He also gets a stipend 
from U.S. Swimming for ranking in the top six in 
the world, some money from the LIS. Olympic 
Committee, and has four sponsors: Nike, Zura 
(which makes swimming equipment), Cham- 
pion Nutrition, and Revo (sunglasses). 

Ji chums believes Grote "could be a lot better 
ms than what you've seen so far. While his pulling is 
awesome, I think his legs still weren't in the best 
shape they could have been. His feet are quick. That's 
the key to breaststroke. If he ever gets in the shape 1 'd 
like to see him in, I don't think anybody can stay with 
him. He's capable to bettering the world records." 

(irote is confident about the future, too. "I 'm at 
the point in my career where 1 can read my body well 
and can learn from past experiences to know what to 
do in certain circumstances. 

"I don't know whom) rivals are. My goal is to do 
best times. If I keep improving, the sport will stay fun 
for me." 



KURT GROTE 



Long 


Course Progression and World Rankings 


Year 


100 Breast 


200 Breast 


1997 


1:01.22(1) 


2:12.35(1) 


1996 


1:01.69(7) 


2:13.96 (4) 


1995 


1:01.91 (7) 


2:15.14(12) 


1994 


1:03.43 (28) 




1993 


1:03.67 (39) 


2:16.80 (23) 


1992 


1:03.94 (59) 


2:17.96 (45) 



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V*. 













3:56 83 


3:54.10 


/ Miiit|.mKiMtr.KI CAN I 02.81 


1:02.99 


10 Philip Weiss,79,CAN 2.05.10 2.04.18 


RESULTS 






6 RykNeethling.77.RSA 


3:57.60 


3:54.58 


8 Yoshiaki Okita.78.JPN 1:03.23 


1:03.31 


11 Sleven Brown,79,USA 2:05.06 2:05.23 






7 Mark Johnston.79.CAN 


3:56.59 


3:55.37 


B Pinal 






12 Robert Van Der Zant,74,AUS 2:05.42 2:05.73 








8 Torlarp Sethsothorn.79,THA 3:57.26 


3:55.84 


Q Iprpmv I inn 7fi I ISA 1 
d Jciciny Lit lM|i QfUOn I 


no 07 


1:01.88 


13 JoYoshimi,70,JPN 2:05.95 2:05.92 


l«r PA* PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS 




B Final 






10 Philtara NakaQhila 7fi IPN 1 

IU UMIniH'l lidndOlllld|(U|Uril 1 


ni 7n 

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1:03.70 


14 Oliver Young,78,NZL 2:06.57 2:08.28 








4 llnm Tanm 74 USA 


3:5524 


3:53.59 


1 1 Anrirpw Phan 7Q PAN 1 

I 1 nllUlcW Ullali!! 3,Uf\li 1 


01 O/i 


1:03.77 


15 Nicholas Sheeran.NZL 2:10.34 2:08.37 








10 l KiMi ^mnPknn 7fl Al IS 

IU JJM'H \X1U lilt. OUI 1, 1 O.nUO 


3 Ifi OR 


3:56.02 


19 Phi kin Tarn HKP 1 

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0^ *iQ 


1:06.05 


16 Oleg Tsvetkovsky.UZB 2:12.07 2:10.99 


Ult s f Vf NTS 








3:5768 


3:56.55 


13 Michael Scott.HKG 1 


06.98 


1:06.31 


Prelims 






Final 


1? Mirhad MrWha 77 PAN 


3 10 03 


3:56.96 


14 Oleg Pukmnaty.UZB 1 


07.35 


1:07.00 


Ian Thorpe,82,AUS 2:06.26 








13 Smll Caincrnn 7fi N7I 


4:02.41 


3:59.59 


15 Denny Kurniawan.lNA 1 


09.29 


1:09.82 


Trent Steed,77.AUS 2:06.33 








14 Masalo Hirano,75,JPN 


3:58.01 


3:59.72 


Man Pan Chan.MAC 1 


18.80 


dns 


Nate Dusing.78.USA 2:06.50 








11 Hi<uln Vasui 7fi IPN 


3:57.78 


4:00.52 


Prelims 






Casey Barrett.75.CAN 2:08.11 


4 Br^oJon taMund 76lRSA 






16 Phpfil Wnn 7A KfiH 


4:02.58 


4:00.52 


Michael Norment.USA 1 


03.44 




400 M IND. MEDLEY (Aug 1 1 ) Prelims Final 








Pndkns 






200 M BREASTSTROKE |A | I il n : 


Final 


1 Matthew Dunn,73,AUS 4:21.06 4:16.11 


V . - ir « " " A' S 


22 99 


22 93 


Tvlpr Painlpr 77 USA 


3:57.15 




1 Kurt Grote.73,USA 2 


16.06 


2:14.05 


2 Curtis Myden,73,CAN 4:24.29 4:16.30 




23 17 


2298 


Tom Malchow,76.USA 


3:58.54 




2 Yoshiaki Okila,78,JPN 2 


16.36 


2:14.59 


3 Trent Sleed.77.AUS 4:23.97 4:21.07 




23.23 


2318 


Kin Minn Kwnk HKG 


4:02.59 




3 TomWilkens,75,USA 2 


15.67 


2:14.80 


4 Tom Wilkens,75,USA 4:20.47 4:22.51 








Matlhpw Smith 71 AUS 


4:02.72 




4 Philip Rogers,71,AUS 2 


17.10 


2:14.81 


5 Ron Karnaugh,66,USA 4:24.20 4:22.69 






22 74 


Brenl Sallee.76 CAN 


4 04 24 




5 Chikara Nakashita,76,JPN 2 


16.36 


2:14.97 


6 Tatsuya Kinugasa,74,JPN 4:24.56 4:23.63 






2334 


Liam Weseloh.75.CAN 


4:06.23 




6 Simon Cowley,81, AUS 2 


16.63 


2:15.36 


7 Wei Wang,79,CHN 4:26.41 4:25.74 






2350 


800 M FREESTYLE 

UUU III 1 I1LLOI ILL ^AUU IU) 




Time Final 


7 Morgan Knabe.81.CAN 2 


17.10 


2:16.73 


8 Philip Weiss,79,CAN 4:28.01 4:27.72 






2375 


1 firanl Harkpll Rfl AUS 




7:50.30 


8 Andrew Chan,79,CAN 2 


17.99 


2:17.59 


B Final 






2381 


? Chart Carvin 74 USA 




7:57.82 


B Final 






9 Steven Brown,79,USA 4:24.28 4:24.71 


14 ftav' kv*iw 74 II7R 


2384 


2411 


3 Tvlpr Painlpr 77 USA 

J i yici r □111161 , 1 1 ,uon 




8:01.17 


9 Yoshinobu Miyazaki.78.JPN 2:20.76 


2:18.48 


10 Owen Von Richter,75,CAN 4:30.81 4:28.11 


Cjp«J 70 M71 


23 96 


2420 


4 Mauln Hirann 71 IPN 




8:06.81 


10 Michael Norment,74,USA 2:17.94 


2:18.70 


11 Robert Van Der Zant,74,AUS 4:27.71 4:29.02 




23 95 


dns 


5 Tim Siciliano,79,USA 




8:07.31 


11 Chi-Kin Tam,77,HKG 2:20.88 


2:23.08 


12 Oliver Young,78,NZL 4:28.84 4:29.19 








6 Jason Samuelson 78.AUS 




8:08.80 


12 Michael Scott.HKG 2:27.77 


2:25.30 


13 Jo Yoshimi,70,JPN 4:32.64 4:29.42 




23 01 




7 Torlarp Sethsothorn,79,THA 




8:11.02 


13 Rob Van Der Zant.AUS 2:30 24 


2:26.78 


14 Kin Ming Kwok,77,HKG 4:30.59 4:30.14 




23 01 




8 Hisaln Yasiii 7fi IPN 

U 1 HJulU 1 QJUI.I U,JI 11 




8:19.43 


14 Denny Kurniawan.lNA 2:32.74 


2:31.27 


15 Ben Scott.77,NZL 4:38.53 4:32.67 




23 11 




Q Mallhpw Smith 71 AUS 

Q I viut u ic ii vji i mi i, i \j,r\\j\j 




8:22.69 


Jarrod Marrs.75.USA 2 


18.25 


dns 


16 Lik Sun Fong.HKG 4:35.37 4:38.77 




2352 




1500 M FREESTYLE lAua 131 




Time Final 


Jeremy Linn,76,USA 2:19.29 


dns 


Prelims 


L owv K^'TPlhtirn 7S 1 ISA 


23 67 




1 Grant Hackett,80,AUS 




15:13.25 


100 M BUTTERFLY (Aug 12) Prelims 


Final 


Ian Thorpe,82,AUS 4:26.42 


Ugur Taner 74 USA 


2383 




2 Tyler Painter,77,USA 




15:17.01 


1 Neil Walker.76,USA 


53.04 


• •52.76 


Tom Dolan,75,USA 4:30.11 


JV 'JO rSoWOWtf Ml . / J.Jt 11 


2399 




3 Chad Carvin,74,USA 




15:17.18 


2 Michael Klim.77.AUS 


53.12 


52.94 


4X100 MEDLEY RELAY (Aug 13) 


1 00 M FRFFSTYl F ' in 111 


Prplimc 


Final 


4 Hisato Yasui.76.JPN 




15:34 93 


3 Nate Dusing,78,USA 


53.13 


53.26 


1 United States.USA 3:36.93 


1 MicfBSi Klim 77 AUS 


4952 


4946 


5 Torlarp Sethsothorn,79,THA 




15:38.45 


4 Takashi Yamamolo,78,JPN 


53.99 


53.56 


54.74 Lenny Krayzelburg, 1:00.59 Kurt Grote, 


2 Hoi Walter 76 USA 


5006 


49.57 


6 Michael McWha,77,CAN 




15:40.20 


5 Scott Goodman,73,AUS 


54.02 


54.18 


52.67 Nate Dusing, 49.03 Neil Walker 


3 FU-afiVi RiK/r*ts 71 PUB 


50 00 


49.94 


7 Masato Hirano,75.JPN 




15:40 88 


6 Eddie Parenti.71, CAN 


54.48 


54.19 


2 Australians 3:39.73 


4 Stsotan Clarke 73 CAN 


5027 • 


50 06 


8 Brenl Sallee,76,CAN 




15:42.20 


7 Stephen Clarke.73,CAN 


54.36 


54.54 


56.01 Adrian Radley, 1:01.78 Philip Rogers, 


5 Sain Tucker 75 USA 


50 15 


50.17 


100 M BACKSTROKE (Aug 10) Prelims 


Final 


8 Theo Verster,75,RSA 


54.53 


54.58 


53.34 Scoll Goodman, 48.60 Michael Klim 


6 Sw B-'inn 73 JAM 


5082 


50 32 


1 Lenny Krayzelburg,75,USA 


54.97 


54.43 


B Final 






3 Canada.CAN 3:43.98 


7 t»i Van rta Wal 71 Al IS 


50 72 


50.71 


2 Neil Walker,76.USA 


55.42 


55.27 


9 John Hargis,74,USA 


54.00 


54.50 


56.35 Mark Versleld, 1:04.28 Morgan Knabe, 


3 f ram HiiTrtiisnn 71 PAN 


50 87 


51.21 


3 Mark Versfeld.76,CAN 


55.69 


55.55 


10 Junya Kawakami,75,JPN 


54.64 


54.82 


53.92 Eddie Parenti, 4953 Stephen Clarke 


8 Final 






4 Adrian Radley,76.AUS 


56.39 


56.15 


11 Yukihiro Matsushita,73,JPN 


55.15 


55.47 


4 NewZealand.NZL 3:52.93 


9 Jon Olsen 69 USA 


50 31 


4995 


5 Keitaro Konnai,78,JPN 


56.83 


56.29 


12 John Steel,72,NZL 


56.50 


55.64 


58.18 Russ Dunwoody, 1 07.07 Oliver Young, 


10 Rcnard Uoton 74AUS 




51.13 


6 WeiWang.79,CHN 


56.89 


56.30 


13 Sergio Garza,78,MEX 


56.08 


56.11 


56.76 John Steel, 50.92 Nicholas Tongue 


11 JonnSte&i 72 MZL 


51 03 


51 18 


7 Ricardo Busquets,75,PUR 


56.38 


56.35 


14 Casey Barrett.75.CAN 


55.97 


56.19 


5 Uzekistan.UZB 4:00.54 


12 Mchobs Tofxjue 73 NZL 


51 31 


51 18 


8 Takalumi 0hishi,76,JPN 


57.00 


56.94 


15 Nicholas Sheeran,77,NZL 


56.21 


57.08 


6 Hong Kong.HKG 4:01.22 


11 Trprt Rrav 71 N71 


n fifi 

J 1 .w 


51.27 


B Final 






16 Ravil Nachaev,74,UZB 


56.30 


dns 


Japan.KPN disq 


11 ^irtiTKi'kft tfi 7f\ IPW 

14 - 1 .. 5 , ' u . J 1 


11 11 


5136 


9 Brad Bridgewater,73.USA 


56.09 


55.71 


Prelims 






56.68 Keitaro Konnai 


IS Yi Aihirn LlafoRhita 71 IPN 


51 38 


5138 


10 Dustin Hersee.75.CAN 


57 04 


57.07 


Ricardo Busquets.75,PUR 


54.05 




4X100 FREE RELAY (Aug 12) 


IB ftereiii liann7SPHN 


51 67 


51.50 


11 Hajimeltoi,71,JPN 


5715 


57.20 


Steven Brown,79,USA 


55.45 




1 United States.USA 3:18.18 








12 Ray Hass,77.AUS 


57.24 


57.27 


Chengji Jiang, 75.CHN 


56.15 




49.86 Scott Tucker, 49.66 Brad Schumacher, 


U'oU Ov 1 tow ICi , » UOM 


■ifllfi 
JU.OV 




13 Robert Van Der Zant,74,AUS 


57.23 


57.58 


Hisayoshi Tanaka,79,JPN 


5631 




49.69 Kon Olsen, 48.97 Neil Walker 


nawt Fni 71 USA 


5045 




14 Ross Dunwoody,81. NZL 


58.65 


58.15 


Philip Weiss,79,CAN 


56.82 




2 Australians 3:19.33 


1 Ir^i " Tarpf 7*1 1 KA 






15 TaneStrickland.79,NZL 


58.30 


58.67 


200 M BUTTERFLY (Aug 10) Prelims 


Finals 


49.15 Michael Klim, 50.11 Richard Upton, 


CrnfT 1 neon 7fi Al IS 


■>1 m 




16 Juan Rodela, ,MEX 


58.62 


58.88 


1 UgurTaner,74,USA 1 


57 94 • 


• 1:57.35 


50.21 Scott Logan, 49.86 Ian Van DerVal 


DiAtnn 7fi 11^ 


51 67 




Prelims 






2 Tom Malchow,76,USA 1 


58.29 


1:57.71 


3 NewZealand.NZL 3:22 49 


P/arvIrr rWtokitvt 7fi fiSA 


51 67 




Tate Blahnik,75,USA 


57 29 




3 Scott Goodman.73,AUS 1 


58.62 


1:58.34 


51 .16 John Steel, Nicholas Tongue, 








200 M BACKSTROKE (Aug 12) Prelims 


Final 


4 Takashi Yamamolo.78.JPN 2 


0130 


1:59.52 


51.01 Danyon Loader, 49.77 Trent Bray 


tUU rfl rnCCOl TLX 




Final 


1 Lenny Krayzelburg,75,USA 


1:59.84 


1:57.87 


5 Casey Barrett,75,CAN 2 


00.54 


2:00.83 


4 Canada.CAN 3:23.40 




1 4991 1 


47.60 


2 Mark Versfeld.76.CAN 


2:00.31 


•1:59.61 


6 Kyu-Chui Han,76,K0R 2 


0194 


2:00.87 


Stephen Clarke, 50.54 Craig Hutchison, 




1 4Q 09 1 


48.17 


3 Brad Bridgewater,73.USA 


2:00.19 


2:00.04 


7 Eddie Parenti.71 .CAN 2 


01.84 


2:01.57 


51 .36 Dustin Hersee, 51 .23 Eddie Parenti 






49.27 


4 Wei Wang,79,CHN 


2:00.94 


2:00.50 


8 Greg Shaw,77,AUS 2 


02.18 


2:01.75 


5 Japan.JPN 3:23.79 


I iar Van rlef Wa! 71 Al IS 
* Mil fall UC* l*Gi.f I .nUO 


1 1/1 OA 1 


5048 


5 Dustin Hersee,75,CAN 


2:02.14 


2:01.57 


B Final 






51 .04 Syunsuke Ito, 51 .32 Tomohiro Yamanoi, 


s Pa NfiflfM-nn 77 R^A 


1 M 04 1 


5094 


6 Adrian Radley.76.AUS 


2:02.88 


2:02.44 


9 Steven Brown.79.USA 1 


59.34 


1:59.76 


51/26 Yosuke Ichikawa, 50.17 Yukihito Matsushita 


h SwurKi vp l*n 7fi IPfJ 


1 50 91 1 


50 95 


7 Ray Hass.77.AUS 


2:03.45 


2:02.81 


10 Philip Weiss,79,CAN 2 


01.91 


2:01.78 


4X200 FREE RELAY (Aug 11) 


7 Vrc: Vp If hiVsaa 7Q IPM 


i-ii ii 1 


5187 


8 Sang-JoonJi.73.KOR 


2:02.43 


2:03.12 


11 Hisayoshi Tanaka.79.JPN 2 


03.30 


2:01.86 


1 United States.USA 7:13.99 


o Tnm fWyi 7^ i [QA 


140PQ 1 


54 02 


B Final 






12 Theo Verster.75,RSA 2 


02.61 


2:02.68 


1:48.26 Chad Carvin, 1:50.04 Tom Malchow, 








9 Josh Davis,72,USA 


2:01.01 


2:00.71 


13 Trent Steed,77,AUS 2 


03.36 


2:03.42 


1:48.34 Ugur Taner, 1:47.35 Josh Davis 


Crarf ksri/ptr Pfl Al IS 


15120 1 


4953 


10 Hajimeltoi.71.JPN 


2.04.03 


2:02.97 


14 Kin Ming Kwok,77,HKG 2 


04.08 


2:03.73 


2 Australians 7:15.72 


in l^n P^arerm 7^ I ICA 


11/119 1 


5022 


11 Keitaro Konnai,78,JPN 


2:03.49 


2:03.42 


15 Juan Veloz,83,MEX 2 


03.80 


2:04.40 


1 :47.56 Michael Klim, 1 50.86 Ian Thorpe, 


IV LWlfUII UmUci . 'O.rlAL 


1 19 1Q 1 


51.66 


12 Takafumi 0hishi,76.JPN 


2:05.15 


2:04.83 


Prelims 






1 49.35 Ian Van Der Wal, 1 :47.95 Grant Hacked 


19 IftsrV Irhfwtnn 7Q PAW 


119 4fl 1 


51.72 


13 Juan Rodela, ,MEX 


2:08.65 


2:08.22 


Nate Dusing,78,USA 1 


59.50 




3 NewZealand.NZL 7:28.33 


11 Crr.ff PaiTiorriri 1171 


156.41 1 


54.03 


14 Lik Sun Fong.HKG 


2:11.04 


2:10.54 


Tom Wilkens,75,USA 2 


01.29 




1:50.24 Trent Bray, 1:52.72 Scott Cameron, 


11 UtrtwM bljrWta 77 PAfl 
iwtiij sot? MLr#!io,f ' .L»nn 


154.55 1 


54 43 


15 Ross Dunwoody, .NZL 


2:10.56 


2:10.73 


Junya Kawakami,75,JPN 2 


04.14 




1 53.99 Nicholas Tongue, 1 51 .38 Danyon Loader 


1^ r*4_m Vnn Prflw PAH 


155.51 


dns 


Felix Sutanton.lNA 


2:12.81 


dns 


200 M IND. MEDLEY (Aug 13) Prelims 


Finals 


4 Japan.JPN 7:29.13 


16 Sion Brim,73JAM 


1:54.37 


dns 


Prelims 






1 Matthew Dunn,73,AUS 2:02.89 


2:01.14 


1 52.25 Syunsuke Ito, 1 54.25 Yukihiro Matsushita, 


Prsiims 






Tate Blahnik.75.USA 


H 


2:02.59 


2 Curtis Myden.73.CAN 2:03.27 


2:01.83 


1 52.46 Masato Hirano, 1 50.1 7 Yosuke Ichikawa 


Br3dSctiurnacfier.74.USA 


151.41 




Zane King,77,AUS 


H 


2:06.75 


3 Ron Karnaugh.66.USA 2:02.59 


2:02.25 


5 Canada.CAN 7:29.69 


Ian Ttarpe.82.AUS 


1:51.46 




100 M BREASTSTROKE • ' 11)Prelims Final 


4 Josh Davis,72,USA 2:03.91 


2:02.90 


1:52.15 Mark Johnston, 1:52.60 Stephen Clarke, 


IMiMrjurv).73>US 


1:52.66 




1 KurtGrote.73,USA 


1:01.31 


••1:01.22 


5 Wei Wang,79,CHN 2:03.60 


2:03.02 


1 52.97 Eddie Parenti, 1 51 .97 Vurtis Myden 


400 M FREESTYLE 


Prelims 


Final 


2 Philip Rogers.71 .AUS 


1:02.18 


1:01.85 


6 Tatsuya Kinugasa,74.JPN 2:04.46 


2:04.58 


6 Hong Kong.HKG 7:51.32 


1 Grant rteclretr.80>US 


352.42 3:47.27 


3 JarrodMarrs.75.USA 


1:02.09 


1:02.64 


7 Mark Versteld,76,CAN 2 


04.44 


2:04.91 


7 Uzbekislan.UZB 7:53.31 


2 Ian Thorpe.82,AUS 


355.10 3.4964 


4 YoshinobuMiyazaki.78.JPN 1:03.49 


1:02.72 


8 Theo Verster.75,RSA 2:05.12 


2:04.94 




3 CradC3rvir,74.USA 


353.11 350.40 


5 Simon Cowley,81 .AUS 


1:02.77 


1:02.74 


B Final 








4 Jofw Piersma,75.USA 


353.74 351.81 


6 Kwang-Jea Cho,80,KOR 


1:03.35 


1:02.94 


9 ZaneKing,77.AUS 2:05.85 


2:03.95 





SWIMNEWS/ SEPTEMBER 1997 



WOMEN'S EVENTS 

50 M FREESTYLE (Aug 13) Prelims Final 

1 Jingyi Le,75,CHN 25.37 25 24 

2 Jenny Thompson,73,USA 25.59 25.42 

3 Nicole De Man,74,USA 25.85 25.66 

4 Sumika Minamoto.79,JPN 26.18 25.98 

5 Sarah Ryan.77.AUS 26.47 26.06 

6 Charlene Wittstock.78,RSA 26.29 26.06 

7 Laura Nicholls,78.CAN 26.46 26 14 

8 Christine Cech,79,RSA 26.60 26.40 
B Final 

9 Catherine Fox,78,USA 25.85 25.68 

10 Nicole Davey,79.CAN 26.66 26.35 

11 Junto Nakatani,81,JPN 26.64 26.62 

12 Alison Fitch.80.NZL 26.96 26.82 

13 Alison Zwarich.80.CAN 26.66 26.85 

14 Susan 0'Neill,73,AUS 27.21 26.91 

15 Ayari Aoyama,82,JPN 26.73 26.98 

16 Kate Godfrey.AUS 27.31 2746 
Prelims 

Barbara Bedford.72.USA 25.87 

Richelle Fox,74,USA 26.53 
Shannon Stiakespeare,77,CAN 26.78 

Melanie Valerio,69,USA 26.85 

Jessica Amey,76,CAN 26.92 

Jessica Deglau,80,CAN 27.12 

100 M FREESTYLE (Aug 11) Prelims Final 

1 Jenny Thompson,73,USA 55.55 " 54 82 

2 Jingyi Le.75.CHN 55.60 54 86 

3 Catherine Fox,78,USA 56.91 56.07 

4 Sarah Ryan,77,AUS 57.13 56.30 

5 Susan 0'Neill,73.AUS 56.55 56 36 

6 Shannon Shakespeare.77.CAN 56.63 5640 

7 HuijueCai.80.CHN 57.06 56.58 

8 Laura Nicholls,78,CAN 56.79 57 18 
B Final 

9 Melanie Valerio,69,USA 56.95 56.90 

10 Sumika Minamoto,79,JPN 57.36 57.00 

11 Marianne Limpert,72,CAN 56.93 57.20 

12 Ayari Aoyama,82,JPN 57.59 57.36 

13 Junto Nakatani,81,JPN 57.71 57.41 

14 Kate Godlrey,78,AUS 57.45 57 51 

15 Alison Fitch,80,NZL 57.92 57.55 

16 Charlene Wittstock.78,RSA 57.71 57 80 
Prelims 

Nicole Davey,79,CAN 57.18 

Nicole De Man,74,USA 57.28 

Richelle Fox,74,USA 57 47 

Alison Zwarich.80,CAN 57.54 

Jessica Amey,76.CAN 57.56 

Michelle Cruz.80.CAN 5811 

Barbara Bedford,72,USA 58.25 

Jennifer Button,77,CAN 58.36 

Jessica Deglau,80,CAN 58.40 

200 M FREESTYLE (Aug 10) Prelims Final 

1 Claudia Poll,72.CRC 2:01.01 •• 1:57 48 

2 Jingyi Le.75.CHN 2:02.89 2:0054 

3 Joanne Malar,75,CAN 2:01.40 2:01.12 

4 Ashley Whitney,79,USA 2:01.28 2:01.76 

5 Jamie Cail.80.USA 2:01.43 2:01.76 

6 Sachiko Miyaji,75,JPN 2:03.00 2:02.06 

7 Karine Chevrier,77,CAN 2:02.16 2:02.23 

8 Eri Yamanoi,78,JPN 2:03.86 2:02 58 
B Final 

9 Lindsay Benko.76.USA 2:01.51 20150 

10 Kate Godffey.78.AUS 2:04.26 2:02 70 

11 Andrea Schwartz,77,CAN 2 03.01 2:02 78 

12 Sarah Ryan,77.AUS 2:04.89 2:03.91 

13 Jacinla Van Lint,78,AUS 2:04.43 2:04.32 

14 JunkoNakatani.81.JPN 2:04.67 2 04.80 

15 Alison Fitch,80,NZL 2:04 71 2 05 13 

16 Sarah Catherwood.NZL 2:06 13 2 07 12 
Prelims 

Brooke Bennett,80,USA 202 13 

Jennifer Parmenter ,81, USA 2:02 40 

Diana Munz,82,USA 2:02.77 

Melanie Valerio,69,USA 2:02 84 

Michelle Cruz,80,CAN 2:04.08 

Lindsay Beavers,81, CAN 2:08.31 

400 M FREESTYLE (Aug 12) Prelims 

1 Claudia Poll,72,CRC 4:13.06 4:06.56 

2 Brooke Bennelt,80,USA 4:10.68 4:09.77 

3 Diana Munz,82,USA 4:13.16 4 14 03 

4 Joanne Malar.75.CAN 4:1751 41517 

5 Eri Yamanoi,78,JPN 4:20.71 4 17 87 

6 Chi-Chan Lin.80,TPE 4:23 59 4 17 98 

7 Jessica Deglau,80,CAN 4:19.09 4:1959 

8 Sachiko Miyaji.75.JPN 4:17.08 4:20.51 
B Final 



9 Jamie Cail,80,USA 4:14.24 

10 Andrea Schwartz,77,CAN 4.19.64 

11 Brooke Townsend,80,AUS 4:24 41 

12 Sachiko Yamada,82,JPN 4:20 73 

13 Kristy Park.AUS 4:25.79 

14 Eun-Na Jeong.KOR 4:2411 

15 Mui Nyee Teo.MAS 4:34.04 
Sarah Catherwood.NZL 4:30.96 

Prelims 

Ashley Whitney.79.USA 4:15.57 

Jennifer Parmenter.81. USA 4:19.24 

Madeleine Crippen.79.USA 4:19.81 



Erica Rose,81, USA 
Michelle Cruz,80,CAN 
Tamee Ebert,83,CAN 
800 M FREESTYLE (Aug 13) 



Brooke Bennett,80,USA 
Claudia Poll,72.CRC 
Diana Munz,82,USA 
Nadine Neumann, 75.AUS 
Brooke Townsend,80,AUS 
Chi-Chan Lin.80.TPE 
Sachiko Yamada,82,JPN 

8 Andrea Schwartz,77,CAN 

9 Lindsay Benko.76.USA 

10 Lindsay Beavers,81 .CAN 

11 Tamee Ebert,83,CAN 

12 Kristy Park,80,AUS 

13 Lauren Stinnett,80,USA 
1500 M FREESTYLE Aug 10) 



Brooke Befiriell.80.IJSA 
Diana Munz.82,USA 
Erica Rose,81,USA 
Jamie Cail,80.USA 
Brooke Townsend,80,AUS 

6 Kristy Park,80,AUS 

7 Chi-Chan Lin.80.TPE 

8 Sachiko Yamada,82,JPN 
100 M BACKSTROKE (Aug 



Mai Nakamura,79,JPN 
Lea Loveless-Maurer.71.USA1 



Catherine Fox.78.USA 
YanChen,81,CHN 
Noriko lnada,78,JPN 

6 Meredith Smith,77,AUS 

7 Erin Gammel.80.CAN 

8 Dyana Calub,75,AUS 
B Final 

9 Barbara Bedtord,72,USA 

10 Miki Nakao,78,JPN 

11 Kelly Stelanyshyn,82,CAN 

12 Nikki Tanner,80,NZL 

13 Charlene Wittstock.78.RSA 

14 Min-Ji Sim.KOR 

15 Chang-Ha Lee.KOR 
Prelims 

Amanda Adkins.76,USA 
Lia 0berstar,76,USA 
Richelle Jose,79,AUS 



Prelims 
01.72 
0206 
02.03 
03.08 
03 00 
03.22 
03 68 
03 79 



200 M BACKSTROKE (Aug 12) Prelims 



4:1616 
416 84 

4:20 61 
4:20.84 
4:26.06 
4:27.09 
4:33.24 
dns 



20.91 
4:21.44 
4:23.66 



8:52.95 
8:57 49 
8:58.83 
9:00.62 
9:03.47 



Time Final 
8:26.36 
8.2906 
8:29 06 
8 4056 
8:48.32 
8:49.67 
8:5014 
8:5028 



Time Final 

16:10.24 
16:1705 
16:2598 
16:41 00 
16:5325 
16:54 91 
17:00 78 
171863 
Final 
01.13 
0135 
:01 83 
02.39 
02 51 
03.25 
0407 
iMM 



02.77 
03.39 

04 55 
05.51 
04.70 

05 29 
05.90 

03.45 
03 89 
04.65 



1267 
13.06 
1426 
1456 
1631 
16.15 
214 65 
2:1804 



1 Mai Nakamura,79,JPN 2 

2 Lea Loveless-Maurer,71,USA2 

3 Miki Nakao,78,JPN 2 

4 Meredith Smith,77,AUS 2 

5 Richelle Jose,79,AUS 2 

6 Kelly Stefanyshyn,82.CAN 2 

7 Lindsay Benko.76.USA 

8 Chang-Ha Lee.77.K0R 
B Final 

9 Barbara Bedford,72,USA 2:14 73 

10 Noriko lnada.78.JPN 2:15.31 

11 Nikki Tanner,80,NZL 2:20 62 

12 Min-Ji Sim, KOR 2:24.64 

13 Helen Norlolk.NZL 2:22.56 

14 HiuWaiTsai.HKG 2:25.97 

15 Lee San Chew.MAS 2:31.95 
Elsa NasutionJNA 2:33.33 

Prelims 

Lia 0berstar,76,USA 2:14.86 

Lauren Stinnelt,80,USA 2:17.60 

Joanne Malar,75,CAN 2:1810 

Amanda Adkins,76,USA 2:1814 

100 M BREASTSTROKE (Aug 11)Prelims 



01.76 
0326 

04 28 
0513 
05.26 

05 27 
n r t r jO 



Final 
11.40 
1225 
1280 
14 81 
15.36 
1560 
16 44 
1739 



2:13 60 
214 52 
217 00 

2:2068 
2:20 68 
2:2556 
2:32 64 
dns 



Samantha Riley,72,AUS 
Penelope Heyns,74,RSA 
Kristy Kowal,79,USA 
TaraSloan,79,CAN 
Lauren Van Oosten,79.CAN 
Caroline Hildreth.78,AUS 



1:08.78 •• 1 

1:08.65 1 

1:10.26 1 

1:10.60 1 

1:09.95 1 

1:09.72 1 



Final 
07 81 
08.65 
0918 
0989 
0991 
1007 



10.21 
1141 
1061 
10 72 
10.88 
11.99 
1300 
12 84 



7 Jenna Streel,82,USA 1:09.77 

8 Junto lsoda,81,JPN 1:10.62 
B Final 

9 Helen Denman,76,AUS 

10 Julia Russell,75,RSA 

11 Kristin MacGregor.80.USA 

12 Sarah Poewe,83,RSA 

13 Masami Tanaka.79,JPN 

14 Yoshie Nishioka.74.JPN 

15 Hye- Young Byun.KOR 

16 Yun-Hee Kye,81,KOR 
Prelims 

Kristy Ellem,81,AUS 
Carly Geehr,85,USA 
200 M BREASTSTROKE (Aug 

1 Samantha Riley,72,AUS 

2 Masami Tanaka,79,JPN 

3 Lauren Van Ooslen,79,CAN 

4 Kristine Quance,75,USA 

5 Kristy Ellem,81,AUS 

6 Penelope Heyns,74,RSA 

7 Kristy Kowal.79.USA 

8 Sarah Poewe,83.RSA 
B Final 

9 Jenna Street,82,USA 

10 Tara Sloan,79,CAN 

11 Caroline Hildrelh,78,AUS 

12 Hye-Young Byun,83,KOR 

13 Julia Russell,75,RSA 

14 Yun-Hee Kye,81. KOR 

15 Junto lsoda,81,JPN 

16 Olga Halim.lNA 
Prelims 

Nadine Neumann, 75.AUS 
Carly Geehr.85.USA 
Kristin MacGregor,80,USA 
Helen Denman,76,AUS 
100 M BUTTERFLY (Aug 12) 

1 Jenny Thompson, 73,USA 

2 Ayari Aoyama,82,JPN 

3 Hui|ueCai,80,CHN 

4 Misty Hyman.79.USA 

5 Susan 0'Neill,73.AUS 

6 Jessica Amey,76,CAN 

7 Junto Ohnishi,78,JPN 

8 Kate Godfrey,78,AUS 
B Final 

9 Richelle Fox.74.USA 

10 Julia Ham,80,AUS 

11 Jennifer Button,77,CAN 

12 Renate Du Plessis,81.RSA 

13 Jessica Deglau,80,CAN 

14 Yuko Nakanishi,80,JPN 

15 ll-Ju Beak,81,KOR 

16 Candice Nethercott,80,RSA 
Prelims 

Catherine Fox,78,USA 1:00.67 
Maggie Bowen,80,USA 1:03.37 
Yukiko Osada.81,JPN 1:03.77 
Kristin MacGregor,80,USA 1:03 83 
Andrea Schwartz,77,CAN 1:03 99 
200 M BUTTERFLY (Aug 10) Prelims 

1 Susan O'Neill, 73.AUS 2:09 96 

2 Kristine Quance,75,USA 212.01 

3 Misty Hyman,79,USA 2:1061 

4 Jessica Deglau,80.CAN 2:11.49 

5 Huijue Cai.80.CHN 21419 

6 Junko Ohnishi.78.JPN 2.13.74 

7 Jennifer Button,77,CAN 2:13 76 

8 Yukiko Osada,81,JPN 214 06 
B Final 

9 Nadine Neumann.75.AUS 2 

10 Lauren Sfinnelt,80,USA 2 

11 Yuko Nakanishi,80,JPN 2 

12 Andrea Schwartz.77.CAN 2 

13 Julia Ham,80.AUS 2 

14 Renate Du Plessis,81,RSA 2 

15 Eun-Ju Lee,81.K0R 2 

16 ll-Ju Beak.KOR 
Prelims 

Ayari Aoyama,82,JPN 
Carrie Burgoyne.81.CAN 
Fumie Kurotori,75.JPN 
200 M IND. MEDLEY (Aug 13) 

1 Kristine Quance,75,USA 2 

2 Marianne Limped, 72.CAN 2: 

3 Joanne Malar, 75.CAN 2 

4 Jennifer Parmenler .81, USA 2. 

5 Yan Chen,78,CHN 



0037 
0260 
0220 
0210 
0259 
03 23 
03 77 
03 08 



14 72 
14.84 
14 98 
15.13 
17.13 
17.01 
18.38 
19.04 

15.12 
16.91 
17.64 
Prelims 
1514 
16 42 
18.02 
1626 
18 57 



1:1067 
1:11.03 

1:10.05 
1:10.21 
1:1024 
1:10.37 
1:11.46 
1:11.62 
11273 
1:13.53 



H 
H 

13)Prelims 

2:27.97 
2:29.92 
2:30.77 
2:30 29 
2:29 86 
2:2856 
2:30.31 
2:32.41 

2:30.38 
2:35.07 
2:30.71 
2:33 43 
2:3331 
2:35.38 
2:32 72 
2:43.89 

2:31.48 
2:35.46 
2:36 54 
2:37.02 
Prelims 
59.17 
1 00 24 
1 00 36 
59.92 
1:00 29 
1:01 13 
1:01.33 
1:01.01 



1 10 86 
1:11.96 

Final 
2:2534 
22866 
2:29 83 

2 30 14 
230.55 
230.72 
2:31.17 
2:36.08 

2:29 87 
2:31.07 
2:32.04 
2:32.70 
2 33 21 
2:33.67 
2:33.94 
2:43 84 



F nal 
•• 59 00 

59 35 
5954 
1:0013 
1 00 40 

1:00.91 
1:01.29 
1:01.38 

5952 
1:01.53 
1:02 00 
1:02.60 
1 02.69 
1:03.19 
1.03.39 
1:03.51 



Final 

2:08.59 
2:09.29 
2:11.53 
2:1163 
21249 
2:13.37 
213 64 
21570 

2:13.25 
2 13 52 
213 64 



1503 
1515 
1750 
17.72 
19 74 



I inal 
13.79 
1491 
1617 
1637 
17 78 



Yasuko Tajima,81,JPN 
Fumie Kurotori,75,JPN 
Jacinla Van Linl,78,AUS 
Final 



10 Karine Chevrier,77,CAN 

11 Miki Nakao,78,JPN 

12 Helen Norfolk,81,NZL 

13 Anna Wilson.77.NZL 

14 Richelle Jose.AUS 

15 Jie-Hyun Lee.KOR 

16 Elsa NasutionJNA 
Prelims 

Maggie Bowen,80,USA 
Jamie Cail,80,USA 
Carrie Burgoyne,81 .CAN 
Jacinta Van Lint.78.AUS 
400 MIND. MEDLEY (Aug 



2 18 50 


2:1808 


2:19 00 


2 18 31 


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o oo nn 

2 22 09 


2:16 28 


2 16 33 


2.1905 


0-on no 

2 20 08 


o 10 no 
2.22.02 


2:22 13 


2 24 88 


2:22 97 


2:22 52 


2:23 22 


2 25 05 


0-00 00 


2:24 73 


00 00 

2 23 38 


2:25.61 


2 24 98 


117 /in 




2 17 91 




2 19 79 




2:20 71 




Prelims 


Final 


4.42.56 


4 39 61 


A /II Q7 

4 4o 01 


4 43.20 


A AD 00 


4 44 1 7 


4 47 93 


4 46 05 


44987 


4 46 78 


4 51 13 


4 47 02 


A CO AC 

4 Do 4D 


4 50 49 


a cq nc 
4 Do yD 


A C7 /in 

I D; 4U 


4 44 85 


4 47 19 


/tco r\A 
4 Dz U4 


A C1 CO 

4.51 D2 


4:59 73 


4 54 33 


5:00.62 


4:57 63 


4:5917 


4 5843 


5 04 24 


5 02.96 


C HQ 77 

D.uy./ / 


cm 1/1 

Uo 14 


5:05.09 


5:03.38 


4 47 32 




4:55 54 





Time Final 
4:04.27 



1 Kristine Quance,75,USA 

2 Madeleine Crippen,79,USA 

3 Joanne Malar.75.CAN 

4 Yasuko Tajima,81,JPN 

5 Fumie Kurotori,75,JPN 

6 Nadine Neumann, 75.AUS 

7 Carrie Burgoyne.81, CAN 

8 Anna Wilson,77,NZL 
B Final 

9 Jamie Cail,80,USA 

10 Maggie Bowen,80.USA 

11 Erica Rose,81, USA 

12 Jacinta Van Lint,78,AUS 

13 Richelle Jose.79,AUS 

14 Wai Yen Sia.MAS 

15 Helen Norlolk.NZL 

16 Jie-Hyun Lee.KOR 
Prelims 

Jennifer Parmenter ,81, USA 
Karine Chevrier.77, CAN 
4X100 MEDLEY RELAY (Aug 13) 

1 United States.USA 
1 01 52 Lea Loveless-Maurer. 1 :08 52 Kristy Kowal, 
59.73 Richelle Fox, 54 50 Jenny Thompson 

2 Australia.AUS 4:05.72 
1 03.55 Meredith Smith, 1 07 10 Samantha Riley, 
59.87 Susan O'Neill, 55.20 Sarah Ryan 

3 Japan.JPN 4 07 83 
1 01.42 Mai Nakamura, 1 10.99 Junko Isoda. 
59.50 Ayari Aoyama, 55 92 Sumika Minamoto 

4 Canada.CAN 410 76 
1:03 85 Erin Gammel, 1 10.24 Tara Sloan, 

1 00 77 Jessica Amey. 55 90 Shannon Shakespeare 

5 South Africa.RSA 414 78 
1:06.01 Charlene Wittstock, 1:09 33 Penny Heyns, 
1 01 .97 Renate Du Plessis, 57.47 Christine Cech 

6 NewZealand.NZL 4:22 82 
4X100 FREE RELAY (Aug 12) 

1 United States.USA 3.43 77 
55.80 Catherine Fox, 56 23 Melanie Valerio, 

56 35 Nicole De Man, 55 39 Jenny Thompson 

2 Canada.CAN 34657 
56.73 Shannon Shakespeare, 57 06 Nicole Davey, 
56.84 Marianne Limpert, 55 94 Laura Nicholls 

3 Australia.AUS 3 47 49 

56 53 Sarah Ryan, 56 24 Susan O'Neill, 

57 42 Kate Godfrey, 57 30 Nadine Neumann 

4 Japan.JPN 347 58 
56.89 Sumika Minamoto, 56 73 Junko Nakatani. 
57 26 Ayari Aoyama, 56 70 Eri Yamanoi 

5 NewZealand.NZL 3 5701 
57 54 Alison Fitch, 59 60 Anna Wilson, 
1:00.93 Helen Norfolk. 58 94 Sarah Cafherwood 

4X200 FREE RELAY (Aug 11) 

1 United States.USA 8:07.82 
2:01.81 Lindsay Benko, 2:02 81 Ashley Whitney. 
2:01 .52 Jamie Cail, 2 01 68 Jenny Thompson 

2 Canada.CAN 8:0885 
2:01.98 Jessica Deglau. 2:02.18 Karine Chevrier, 
2:02.84 Andrea Schwartz, 2 01 85 Joanne Malar 

3 Australia.AUS 8:13.92 
2:01.26 Susan O'Neill, 2:05 59 Sarah Ryan. 
2:04.17 Kate Godfrey, 2 02 90 Nadine Neumann 

4 Japan.JPN 81528 
2:02 71 Eri Yamanoi, 2 03 89 Junko Nakatani, 
2:06.1 1 Sachiko Yamada. 2:02 57 Sachiko Miya|i 

5 NewZealand.NZL 8:35.48 



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POPOV, BREMBILLA, WOUDA MEN'S WORLD LEADERS 

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The heat was sweltering, only made hotter by the 
burning issues that surrounded the competition in 
Sevilla. And after an impressive Pan Pacific meet in 
Japan, it was up to the European contingent to follow 
the act. Television made fast performances difficult, 
as live coverage necessitated finals to be run earlier 
than usual. B finals were held first at 4:15 p.m., 
followed by the A finals at 4:45 p.m. With 46°C (110 
F) heat in mid-afternoon, it was like living in a 
furnace. 

It was no doubt the most difficult European 
Championships 
ever for the Ger- 
man team. 
Dogged by ever 
more damning 
revelations over 
the East German 
dopingsystem, of- 
ficials under fire 
talked in ineffec- 
tive circles while 
coaches and 
swimmers tried to 
ignore the media 
attention that had 
started already 
days before, dur- 
ing their training 
camp in Granada. 
Upon their arrival 
in Sevilla, 
butterflyer Chris-Carol Bremer, the swimmers' team 
captain, told the German press that athletes would 
answer no questions about doping or events related to 
the Berlin investigations. 

In addition to the news that two of the German 
coaches were known to have been informal collabo- 
rators with the State Police, or Stasi, the names of the 
ten coaches to be formally indicted in Berlin this fall 
were also made public. But attempts to avoid the 
issue, the standard tactic, were just no longer accept- 
able. 

Consequently, the increasingly scandalous rev- 
elations made for confl ids wi tl i i n the Germ an media. 
An article in DerSjnegd pointed yet again tosix-time 
Olympic gold medallist Kristin Otto, whose name 



appears many times in the Berlin doping files as 
having tested positive for testosterone. In Sevilla as a 
commentator forZDF Television, Otto found herself 
in a particularly difficult position as rival station ARD 
delved into the story, while she refused to even address 
the issue during her broadcasts. Otto stated that she, 
like many others, felt that she was being threatened. 
A spokesman for the Criminal Police involved in the 
Berlin investigations assured, however, that "we are 
not after their medals." 

And then there was Irish phenom Michelle Smith, 
entered for the first time under her married name de 




Capacity crowds in Sevilla for most finals 



Bru i n , who an nou need in early August th at she wou Id 
actually compete in the Championships. Questions 
were raised even before she arrived however, as the 
infamous couple seem to consider themselves ex- 
empt from the rules. 

Smith de Bruin arrived in Sevilla to swim six 
events. Her husband, Erik de Bruin, got through his 
apology to the LEN bureau for his behaviour in 
Vienna in 1995 (where he forged his accreditation), 
and was granted a pass as her coach. 

It turned out, however, that her entry times (for 
all events except the 200 fly) were not acceptable 
because they had not been done in a 50-metre pool 
within the last year. Whoops. She found herself, 
therefore, entered with no time in the first heat. All the 



questions about how little competingshe does al 1 year 
made a little sense. 

In addition, an attempted late entry into the 100 
butterfly, for a seventh event, was denied her by the 
European Swimming League (LEN). Honorary Sec- 
retary Harm Beyer's comment was that "we have to 
treat everyone the same way." The entry form, which 
was dated August 7 and arrived on August 8 or 9, was 
over the required deadline of ten days prior to the start 
of the Championships. 

As was to be expected, after her first gold medal 
Smith de Bruin failed to show up at the press confer- 
ence, an obligation for all medallists according to 
Beyer. LEN issued her a 
:; warning, which she de- 
nied receiving, brush- 
ing it off as a "misun- 
derstanding" because 
time had dragged on 
and she only had five 
minutes to get to dop- 
ing control after the 
medal ceremony. And 
on il went 

Host Spain had 
much to cheer, with vet- 
eran backstroker Mar- 
tin Lopez-Zubero win- 
ning his fourth 
Eurpean 100 back- 
stroke gold, in his last 
competition in front of 
his countrymen: 
Frederic I hi id, winning 
the silver in the 400 I.M. and on the last day of the 
championships, Maria Pelaez, in a stunning per- 
formance, won the women's _!()() butterfh 

The emergence of Italy's Emiliano Brembilla as 
the world leader in the men 's 400 and 1500 freestyle 
was the highlight of the men's swimming. 

Finally, it was the occasion for the return of 
Russian Alex Popov, who came through like a master 
to successfully defend his titles in the so ami the 100 
freestyle. He went a step further and set a Champion- 
ship record on the lead-off leg of the 400 freestyle 
relay. Many of his teammates, includingworld record 
holder Denis Pankratov, were "overtired" or "not 
ready," but the sprint Tsar with the Aussie accent will 
be a force to reckon with in Perth and beyond. 



Marco Chiesa 



SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1997 



17 



DAY 1, AUGUST 19 



VOLKER AND WOMEN'S 4X200 
FREE RELAY GOLDS MOVE 
GERMANS INTO THE LEAD 



v» turn n s i mi freestyle 

Heavily favoured S;uidra Volker, (IKK. uxik an early 
lead off ilk' start, turning first at the SO in 26.59. 
reanimate Antje Buschschulte, challenged for up to 
~S metres, but Volker increased her kick to power 
ahead, winning her first European title in 55.38. 

Martina Moravcova, SYK. came hard into the 
touch for second (55.46) as relative newcomer 
Buschschulte held on for third with 55.50. 

There was little reaction from the crowd, making 
the race somewhat anti-climactic, but Volker con- 
firmed her supremacy in the event, and achieved her 
year-long goal of becoming European champion. "I 
had hopes for a medal . and doi ng my best time got me 
the gold." she said simply, satisfied. 

Silver medallist Moravcova commented, "I'm 
disappointed because this second place is the same as 
I had in Sheffield four years ago. I've been preparing 
for this race for a long time." 

Buschschulte. who was a surprise winner over 
Volker at the German Nationals in July, said, "I was 
really hoping for a better placing. In a race this short 
there isn't any room for error." 

Men's loo breaststroke 

The morning session was marred by the disqualifica- 
tions of Andrei Komeev. RUS. and Thomas Schmolt, 
GER: both swimmers rolled into the second start, and 
when they learned that they were out, an ugly scene 
ensued. Schmolt hung around protesting, and actu- 
ally tried to get back on the block for the third start 
before a judge made it clear the decision was final. 
Komeev stalked off. and ended up doing an unofficial 
ti me tri al at the end of the session to swi m a qual ify i ng 
time for Perth. 

Later in the final Jens Kruppa, GER, whose coach 
L'we Neumann was under fire not only for his doping 
history in the former GDR. but also for his having 
been an unofficial collaborator for the Stasi, held the 
early lead and turned first at the 50 in 29- 10. However, 
he faded gradually out of contention to wind up 
seventh, well off his 1 :0 1 .9 1 from the German Nation- 
als in July. 

.Alexander Goukov. BLR. paced his race perfectly, 
only fourth at the 50 with a 29.45, but finished 
strongly to touch just ahead of veteran Hungarian 
Karoh Guttler, in 1:02.17. "It's my personal best," he 
said. " I real ly didn t expect to wi n . I" m proud to be the 
first from my country to win agoldat the Europeans." 



While he also fought to the finish, Guttler's 
silver medal time of 1:02.23 showed evidence of a 
slow down, "I would have preferred to win," he said 
simply Guttler won this event in 1993 with 1:01.04. 

Daniel Malek,CZE, was third with apersonal best 
of 1:02.27. 

W omen's 400 individual medley 

fifteen year oldVana Klochkova, UKR, the European 
Junior Champion, qualified first, with Olympic gold 
medallist Michelle de Bruin (formerly Smith), IRE, 
challenging from lane six. 

De Bruin took the lead in the fly with a 1:02.47 
split and held a tiny lead at the 200, with Klochkova 
and Sabine Herbst of Germany closing in. 

On the breaststroke leg Klochkova pulled ahead, 
turning first at the 300 (3:37.6.3), with de Bruin 
second (3:38.35). 

They battled it out on the freestyle leg, with de 
Bruin taking the lead on the last length, and once 
comfortably in the lead seemingly easing at the finish 
to touch in 4:42.08 for the gold. "I've spent the last six 
months doing other things than train," she said. "I 
decided in April to swim here. It should be a good 
lead-up towards Perth." 

De Bruin went straight to Doping Control and 
failed to show up for the press conference, which, 
according to LEN General Secretary Harm Beyer, is 
against the rules. "Every competitor winning a medal 
must take part in the victory ceremony," said Beyer 
earlier in the week. "And by the victory ceremony I 
mean from the entry onto the pool deck to the press 
conference. This is stated in the rules, and a swimmer 
who does not attend could be disqualified. When we 
build up an event like this it gives us the obligation to 
allow at least one occasion for journalists to contact 
theswimmers." Smith de Bruin was issued a warning 
and missed no further conferences. 

Klochkova, with a personal best of 4:43.07, has to 
be the revela- 
tion of the Eu- 
ropean season. 
"It's my best 
time and I'm 
very happy to 
win a silver!" 
she said. 

H a n a 
Cerna, CZE, 
took third with 
4:44.05, a new 
national 
record. She fin- 
ished fourth in 
1995. "I was 
lucky to win a 

bronze because silver in 400 IM to Yana Klochkova, UKR 



my knee has been bothering me for some time." 
Men s 200 freestyle 

Once again the Germans had a problem staying on 
the block, and whether it was the tense atmosphere 
surrounding their team or the intense heat (Keller 
said simply, "1 was too hot!"), Stefan Pohl and 
Christian Keller were promptly disqualified. 

In the final the top qualifier from the prelims, 
Massimiliano Rosolino, ITA, held the lead through- 
out the first three lengths, butwas challenged by Paul 
Palmer, GBR, in lane three on the last length. Palmer 
touched first in 1 :48.85. Ironically, in 1993 he placed 
fourth in the same race with a marginally faster time 
of 1:48.84. 

After a promising morning swim, Rosolino had 
to settle for second place with 1:49.02. 

Top seed Bela Szabados of Hungary did not equal 
his seasonal best, but took third with a 1:49-98 from 
lane one. 

Given the winning time, the standard of Euro- 
pean freestyle was off markedly this year. 

Women's 4x200 free relay 

A surprisingly inspired Swedish team took the lead on 
the second lap and held it until the 750, when fa- 
voured Germany closed in for the gold. 

Sweden took second with 8:04.53 and Denmark 
third in 8:07.26. 

The comment from German anchor Antje 
Buschschulte, swimming her second race of the 
evening, was, "We expected to win and we've been 
working towards the gold." Buschschulte's split of 
1:58.74 was the only sub-2:00 relay leg. 

The Swedes were happy with their lot, saying, 
"We thought the gold was out of reach, given the 
strength of the German team." 

"We didn't expect to win any medal," said a 
happy Danish team. "We' re pleased with the bronze. " 




Marco Chiesa 



SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1997 




DAY 2, AUGUST 20 



WOUDA SOLID IN 400 1.M. 
DE BRUIN WINS SECOND GOLD 
BRITS WIN FIRST EVER RELAY GOLD 

The morning session foreshadowed great things for the 
French team who, after a humdrum season last year, 
badly needed the boost. A national record for Karine 
Bremond in the 200 breaststroke was followed by good 
placings for finalists Franck Esposito and Xavier 
Marchand. 

Men s 100 Butterfly 

World record holder Denis Pankratov, RUS, already 
sluggish in the prelims with only the sixth qualifying 
time, had only a brief lead in the final after his extended 
breakout kick to the 35 m mark. By the turn he was in 
second place behind a revved up Franck Esposito, FRA, 
who touched in 24.43. At the 75 mark Lars Frolander of 
Sweden, the 1997 short course world champion, took an 
impressive lead and touched first with 52.85, the second 
fastest European time ever. 

"It's my biggest win with mybesttimeever,"saidan 
elated Frolander. 

Denis Silantiev, UKR, was off his best time for 
second with 53-27, while Esposito finished third with 
53.28. 

Commented Esposito, whose main race was to be 
the 200, "It's abigsurprise that Pankratov was out. That 
was almost my best time." 

Women's 200 freestyle 

Michelle de Bruin of Ireland made it look easy. After 
tying for seventh spot in the morning she found herself 
in lane eight, where, to her own surprise, she had the 
race leader right beside her in Camelia Potec of Roma- 
nia. 

Potec, !5, led at the 100 with 58.50 and held it 
through to the 1 50, when de Bruin turned virtually even 
and made her move to win in a personal best of 1:59-98. 

NadezdhaChemezova, RUS, the top qualifyer from 
the prelims, made a valiant effort to challenge for the 
lead but just fell short with 1:59-97. 

"Ican hardly believe howfast my time was, and I'm 
really pleased with the silver," said Chemezova. 

Potec wound up third with a PB of 2:00.17. 

De Bruin dutifully went to the press conference but, 
no doubt due to their menacing attitude towards the 
press, was asked very few questions of consequence. On 
her first ever 200 freestyle at a major competition, she 
commented, "It was a really tough one and I expected it 
to be tough. I didn't expect the challenge to come from 
these two girls though. I was expecting more of a 
challenge from Kielgass and Moravcova because they 
both looked really fit." 

De Bruin admitted that the extreme heat and warm 
water temperature (29 degrees C) were conditions thai 
made this competition more difficult than the Atlanta 




Olympics, but said matter- 
of-factly, "Everyone's got 
to deal with it, so 1 just 
accept it and make the best 
of it." 

Men's 400 I.M. 

Short course world record 
holderMarcel Wouda, NED, 
was the class of the field in 
the men 's400 medley. Tak- 
ing the lead on the first 
length and extending it 
throughoutthe race, hefin- 
ished about 8 metres ahead 
of his nearest competitor. 

His splits were 58.68, 
2:04.50, 3:15.64 for a final 
time of 4:15.28, the third 
fastest European time ever. 
"I was a little bit disap- 
pointed after the 200 free- 
style yesterday," he said af- 
terward, "so today I came 
to the pool a little later and 
stayed in the locker rooms 
until the race, just to stay 
out of the heat as long as 
possible. I think it helped a 
lot." 

The swimmers are 
unanimous in saying that 
the heat in Sevilla is diffi- 
cult to handle. "I don't 
know what it's like for the 
others, but for me it's really 
hard," said Wouda Spain's Fredrik Hviid 

Local fans had much to cheer about when Frederick 
Hviid, ESP, moved into medal contention with 125 
metres left. Hviid took the silver medal in 4:19.68, his 
first time under 4:20. ' ' I didn ' t expect such a fast time or 
to be able to finish second," said a smiling Hviid. "It was 
a Spanish record, and I can honestly say I gave it 
everything I was able to." 

A native of the Canary Islands born of a Danish 
father and a Swedish mother, Hviid switched from Span- 
ish to English with amazing ease. When asked what he 
spoke with his parents, he answered, "Well, when I'm 
with my mother I speak Swedish, and when I'm with my 
father I speak Danish. " 

Robert Seibt, GER, was third with 4:20.43. 

Defending champion Jani Sievinen, FIN, was never 
in the race and finished 10 seconds behind his 1 995 time 
with 4:24.59- 

Women's 200 breaststroke 

It was a race against the clock for 16-year-old Agnes 
Kovacs of Hungary, who swam a superbly even-paced 
race. 

After her European record in April (in which she 
split 1:09.4), she and her coach decided that she should 
go out more slowly and be faster on the second half of the 
race. Her splits were as follows: 33.09, 1:11.38, 1:47.45, 



won silver in 400 1.M. 



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for a final time of 2:24.90, only 14/I00ths off the world 
mark. Her 100 split was three seconds behind the world 
record, but she swam the second hundred in 1 : 13.52. It 
was a European record, bettering her earlier time of 
2:25-31 from April. 

In second place was Alicia Peczak of Poland with 
2:28.04. 

The 1995 European champion, Brigitte Becue, BEL. 
finished third in 2:28.90. 

Men's 4x200 freestyle relay 

After qualifying first in the morning, the British team 
seemed inspired and led early in the race. The Nether 
lands challenged them at 300 metres, and there was a 
virtual tie at the 400 with Germany in third. Italy's third 
leg, Emiliano Brembilla, split 1:47.86 to pull Ins team 
ahead of the Netherlands at the 600. Great Britain and 
Germany, in that order, were all within a second of the 
leaders. 

With 100 metres to go.JamesSalterbrought it home 
for Great Britain, winning his country's first ever world 
or European level gold medal. Salter's split was 1:48.45, 
and their overall time was 7:17.56. 

The Dutch team, with 400 1 M gold medallist Marcel 
Wouda as anchor ( 1 :48.96), finished second in 7:17.84. 
Germany was third in 7: 18.86. 



SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1997 



I ' 1 



DAY 3, AUGUST 21 



MASE WINS 400 FREE 

POPOV GIVES LESSON IN TECHNIQUE 

women > »()() IrceMvIe 

Vl'ilh two gokl medals alread\ under her belt, Michelle 
ik' Brum. IKL took a commanding lead after three 
lengths of the race. But while the 1996 Olympic cham- 
pion in mis event seemed on pace for her third victor)', 
she couldn't mow far enough ahead of the field. Sub- 
sequently the 1992 Olympic champion and ex- 
wunox'miadchenDagmarHase of Germany, pulled the 
upset of these championships in the final SO. Swim- 
ming in lane rwo. 2 -year-old Hase made her move with 
a powerful kick and surged to the wall to win in 4:09.58. 

From lane eight de Bruin perhaps couldn't see 
across the pool to react in time and finished second with 
4:10.50. 

Hase's teammate Kerstin Kielgass was third with 
4: 10.89. The splits: 

Hase De Bruin Kielgass 
1:01.31 1:01.07 1:01.27 
2:05.29 2:04.05 2:05.50 
3:08.43 3:07.76 3:09-22 
4:09.58 4:10.50 4:10.89 
It was worth noting that all three medallists, two of 
whom come from the well documented drug-based Hast 
German system, all havebirthdays within three weeks of 
one another. 

Hase said. " I was really surprised, not so much with 
the lime but with the fact that I was first. I couldn't see 
anyone." 

But when asked about her aspirations for Perth she 
said. "In Perth a 4:09 will not matter because Poll has 
already done 4.06." 

De Bruin said she was happy with the silver medal 
and that she was definitely feeling the effects of her 
previous races. 

lien's IOO freestyle 

There was little doubt that Russia's quadruple Olympic 
champion Alexander Popov is back. After an easy prelim 
swim of 49 8". the final was a superb demonstration of 
perfection. He won the start by about a metre, stroking 
with a clean, efficient, and clearly superior arm pull 
with high elbow recovery. He paced the race perfectly for 
an even effort turning in 23.91 ■ On the second length, 
his technique overpowered the rest of the field and put 
him comfortably into the lead with 30 metres to go. He 
surged to the finish and touched in 49.09, a champion- 
ship record and his fourth consecutive win in this event. 

Lars Frolander. SWE. the top qualifier from the 
morning, improved on his time with 49 5 1 and finished 
second for his second medal Che won the 100 butterfly 
the night before). 

Oleg Roukhlevitch. BLR. the leader at the 50 with 
23"6. finished third in 49.84, his first sub- 50 second 
100 free- 
In the morning I wasn'tsure howtoswim because 




Sprint Tsar Popov back on top 

that was my second race this year (after Santa Clara in 
June)," said Popov, "I didn't know where I was, my 
technique wasn't there.. .so many things were going 
wrong. But afterward 1 went with my coach to swim 
down, and we worked on my technique, and 1 felt like I 
was reborn tonight." 

When asked if he had had hopes to beat Popov, 
Frolander smiled, "No... I knew Popov was cruising 
around this morning so I thought he would go a lot 
faster." The Swede credited his sensational year to 
greater strength, and overall better health. 

Popov's usual humour lightened the press confer- 
ence when someone asked him what it meant to him to 
have the upcoming World Championships in Australia, 
his adopted home. "It means I won't have far to travel," 
Popov quipped. 

But the meaning of the medal went a little deeper. 
"I got my confidence back today," he said. "That was 
the most important thing." 

Women's 100 backstroke 

Sandra Volker, GER, had the lead for just over half the 
distance, turning first at the 50 in 29 79- 

On the second 50 she was gradually overtaken by 
her teammate Antje Buschschulte and Roxana 
Maracineanu, FRA. The German touched first with 
1:01.74, improving on her best time by nearly half a 
second. 

Maracineanu took the silver medal, lowering her 
PB to 1 :01 .84 for the second time in the day and moving 
her own national record into the world class category. 

Volker was a disappointed third with 1 :02.23. 

"It's funny because when I started swimming this 
at 1:05 or 1:06," said a delighted Maracineanu, "I never 
would have believed that I was capable of going 1:01." 

The Mulhouse native spent six months in Germany 
for her studies last September to January and said that 
the change, not to mention the diminished training, 
had done her good. "It allowed me to rest after a very 
difficult 1996," she said, "and I just realized that there 



Marco Chiesa 

was no reason why I couldn't compete with the others." 

On the heat, she said, "I think it was a good thing 
for us (the French team) to have had the Mediterranean 
Games in Bari first. It was just as hot there and I think 
it was a good preparation." 

Men's 200 backstroke 

Vladimir Selkov, RUS, tookthe lead early in lanesix and 
held it throughout the race. He struggled at the finish 
but touched first with 1:59-21. After a disappointing 
Olympics in Atlanta, he was not completely satisfied, 
saying, "I just want to get back to where I was. I'm not 
there yet." 

Eman uele Merisi, ITA, in the pack until the 150, 
surged on the last length but fell short of catching the 
leader; he finished second with 1:59-63- 

"It was a very strange race," he said, "with the 
fastest swimmers (except Selkov) in outside lanes. When 
I turned at the 1 50 1 thought I could win, and I actually 
thought I had won it until I saw the board." 

Ralf Braun, GER, who was second for most the 
race, touched in 1:59-91 for the bronze. 
The splits of the medal winners: 

Selkov Merisi Braun 

27.61 28.35 27.69 

57.44 58.53 57.83 

1:27.88 1:29.19 1:28.86 
1:59-21 1:59-63 1:59-91 

Women's 4x100 free relay 

The Germans did not lead at the 1 00, as Sweden's Louise 
Johncke touched in 56.10 to Katrin Meissner's 56.17. 

But from that point onward the Germans took the 
lead and gradually extended it with each leg. Their 
winning time of 3:41.49 wasachampionship record. Of 
note was anchor Sandra VSlker's split of 54.09, the 
fourth fastest all time relay split ever. 

Sweden battled Russia throughout the race, but 
held onto second with 3:43-69 as Russia clinched third 
spot with 3:44.72. 



2', 



SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1997 



DAY 4, AUGUST 22 



BREMBILLA STUNS WITH 3:45.96 
JACOBSON TAKES 100 FLY 
GOUKOV WINS SECOND GOLD 



Men's 400 freestyle 

A rather uncharacteristic light rain marked the beginning 
of the finals and the sky was threateningly overcast for the 
duration of the finals, but the lack of direct sunlight was 
a plus for the swimmers. 

Olympic silver medallist Paul Palmer, GBR, was the 
favourite in this event and he led the race at the 1 00. At that 
point Emiliano Brembilla, ITA, took over and flew into 
high gear, moving up on the field as his powerful stroke 
rate increased with each length. His winning time of 
3:45.96 was the third fastest all time. 

To sweeten the afternoon, Massimiliano Rosolino, 
ITA, finished second with 3:48. 1 1 . It was a first ever one- 
two sweep for the Italians, and a cheering section from 
Brembilla's native village in northern Italy was there to 
relish it. 

Brembilla'ssplits:55.92, 1:52.53, 2:49.19and3:45.96. 

An elated Brembilla said, "It was a wonderful race. I 
did not expect to do it so well. It was far better than I had 
hoped.. ..so let's wait for the 1500!" 

Paul Palmer finished third with 3:50.03, not quite the 
medal he expected, but his third of these championships 
(he won gold in the 200 free and 4x200 free relay). He 
could not be disappointed, saying that he lacked some of 
the background work necessary to achieve a time like the 
Italians'. 

Women's 100 butterfly 

After an impressive morning swim (59-67) Martina 
Moravcova, SVK, came up short yet again (she was second 
two years ago and second in the 1 00 freestyle on Tuesday) , 
losing out to Denmark's Mette Jacobsen, whose 59.64 was 
a huge drop from her previous personal best of 1:00.46 
from two years ago. "I'm so happy, not with the gold but 
with the time!" she said, smiling. "That's a big difference, 
to go under the minute mark." 




100 fly medallists: Moravcova, SVK, Jacobson, DEN, Sjoberg, SWE 



Marco Chiesa 



Moravcova put in her second sub-minute swim 
of the day with a 59-74. "I'm not disappointed at all," 
she said, "because it's a silver medal and I went twice 
under the minute mark. But I did have a bad touch." 

Johanna Sjoberg, SWE, finished third with 
1:00.07. 

Men's 200 breaststroke 

The race looked like it belonged to the Olympic 
bronze medallist Andrei Korneev, RUS, who led for 
most of it but faltered at the finish, when Alexander 
Goukov, BLR, put on a blazing finish to touch first in 
2:13-90. 

Korneev held on to second with 2:14.40 and 
Daniel Malek, CZE, was third in 2:14.74. 

The world short course champion in this event, 
Goukov had hoped for a medal but was surprised at 
his winning time. It was four seconds faster than his 
best a year ago. 

Korneev was tired, saying, "I've had too many com- 
petitions, and there was the added pressure of reaching the 
Russian Selection standard for the Worlds at this meet. 
This is my best time this season so it's ok." 

After being disqualified in the prelims of the 100, his 
only chance remained in this event. 




4. 



Medallist in 200 breast: Korneev, RUS, Goukov, BLR, Malek, CZE 




Marco Chiesa 



Women's 100 breaststroke 

With fantastic technique, Agnes Kovacs, HUN, had little 
difficulty in winning her second gold. Her time of 1:08.08 
was a personal best. Having just turned 16, Kovacs follows 
a long line of successful breaststrokers from Hungary 
coached by Laszlo Kiss. "We have a tradition of success and 
technical innovation in Hungary," Kiss said. "I coached 
Joseph Nagy, who then became m\ assistant for eight vears, 
eventually moved to the U.S. and coached M ike Barrowman 
to his Olympic gold and world record in 1992." 

"Every medal is important to me," said Kovacs, "and 
the Atlanta medal was a real surprise. Here I wasn't so sure 
about how I would do in the 100, but I'm pleased to have 
been on the podium and to have heard my anthem twice." 

Svetlana Bondarenko of the Ukraine turned in a per- 
sonal best of 1:08.87 for the silver medal — her fourth 
consecutive silver medal in this event since the European 
Championships in Athens in \W. The 2(wear-old who 
happens to have a 5-year-old daughter, was pleased with 
her result, but joked that as a young swimmer her coach 
dreamed of preparing her to be European champion. 

"I'm kind of ashamed that his dream has never come 
true after four European Championships!'' she laughed. 

1995 European champion Brigitte Becue, BEE, was 
again relegated to third, finishing in I :() 1 )a1. "I'm having 
a lol of trouble with the heat," she said. 

Men's 4x100 freestyle relay 

With Alexander Popov leading-off, the Russians left no 
doubt about the outcome of this race. Popov imposed with 
a 49.02 first leg, improving on his own winning time from 
the previous night by 7/100 of a second. A new Champion- 
ship record and another dose of confidence. "It wasn't a 
question of doing a Championship record, but it was a 
chance to swim it like another individual event," he said. "1 
need to catch up some races and that's why I went first." 

Germany was second the entire way, but could never 
challenge the Russians' impressive lead. 

The winning time of 3:16.85 was a new European 
record. 

Germany posted 3: 18.33 for the silver, and the Dutch 
team was third in 3:20.81 



SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1997 



21 



DAY 5, AUGUST 23 



ESPOSITO WINS A BIG ONE 
UNKNOWN VEREVKA WINS 200 1.M. 
LOPEZ ZUBERO WINS 100 BACK 

Mm - MM bittafl] 

Ukrainian Denis Silantiev luid the lead for three lengths, 
with Franck Esposito. FRA, biding liis time in second. On 
the fourth length Esposito changed gears and blew past 
Silantiev with 25 metres to go, finishing in 1:57.24, a 
personal best and French national record. 

Silantiev took the silver in 1:58.h8, while Stephen 
Parry. GBR. took the bronze in 1:58.78. 

US after his first European title, an elated Esposito 
vud.lt'ssuchaple:Lsureto\\intliis.M\ first title (in 1990 
came so quickly, and at a time when 1 had relatively little 
opposition. I was practically sure I would win. But last week, 
I wasn't sure of anything. This is probably the best title I 've 
ever won because it may be the last one, and I've been 
through hell to get it." 

Women's 200 individual medley 

Double silver medallist Martina Moravcova, SVK, lost her 
shot at another gold by finishing second after leading the 
race in the fly leg. fallingbehind in the back and breast, and 
not quite catching up in the freestyle. 

Swimming in lane 2 and a virtual unknown, Oxana 
Verevkawasthesurprisewinnerin 2: l4.72.The 19-year-old 
swam backstroke for the Ukraine at the 1993 European 
Championships in Sheffield but was representing Russia 
for the first time in Sevilla. Moravcova was second in 
2:15.02. while Yana Klochkova, UKR, a winner at the 
European Juniors three weeks ago, was third in 2:15.03. 

Moravcova's time was a personal best but she was 
understandably disappointed with having missed another 
title. "1 was pretty relaxed in the morning and felt better 
than yesterday. I expected to win it, but then again, anybody 
could and I knew my competition would come from Rolph 




Kerstin Kielgass, GER, won 800 free, was 3rd in 400 
free, and anchored winning 4x200 free relay 



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but he's brilliant. It's three years 
until the Olympic Games. I'll be 
30 and he'll be 29 (really 28). I 
hope to get it right then. I nearly 
got it right today." 

Swimming in his first Euro- 
pean Championships, newsprint 
findjulien Sicot of France touched 
for the bronze in 22.78, topping 
off a brilliant evening for France 
with his first major medal. "I'm 
glad to be on the podium with 
these guys," he said. "I still have 
a lot of progress to make techni- 



Women's 800 freestyle 

Carla Geurts of the Netherlands 
had the lead up until the 500 
metre mark when Kerstin Kielgass, 
GER, edged ahead, gradually in- 
creasing her lead to touch in 
8:34.41. 

Geurts was second in 8:36. 14, 
taking three seconds off her per- 
sonal best time.JanaHenke, GER, 
was third in 8:39-93- 

Ten years ago the winning 
time was 8:19.53, twenty years 
ago it was 8:38.32; evidently there 
has been little evolution. 



Men's 50 freestyle 

Alexander Popov reigns as the undisputed sprint Tsar with 
number one rankings for 1997 in both the 50 and the 100. 

Despite a false start, he never lost his concentration 
and was in the lead from the start. Working on his tech- 
nique all the way, he surged to the finish in 22.30. "It's not 
my fastest time or my fastest race," said Popov afterward. 
"It's only a training time. Competition is the best swim- 
ming training, and I'm still training here for Perth. Things 
are moving in the right direction." 

Mark Foster of Great Britain was second in 22.53- He 
commented on his rival, "I'd had thoughts of winning it, 




Fourth gold in 100 back for Martin Lopez-Zubero, ESP 



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Men's 100 backstroke 

Spanish fans got their money's worth as Martin Lopez- 
Zubero, in what could be his last swim on Spanish soil, 
reclaimed his European title, in 55.71. He touched just 
ahead of top qualifier Eitan Urbach, 1SR, who finished 
second in 55.88. 

Vladimir Selkov, swimming in lane one, had an 
apparent lead with a few metres to go, but had to settle for 
third in 55.97. 

Lopez-Zubero first won the lOObackstroke European 
title in 1989. "I'm very happy to win my fourth European 
title," said the 28-year-old. "I know the time was very 
poor, but I've tapered twice this month, once for the 
Spanish Championships, and once for this. I only real- 
ized I had won at the touch. The first 50 metres were poor 
because 1 had a bad start." As to whether he'll compete in 
Perth, he said he would discuss it with his father and 
brother, who share his coaching. 

Lopez-Zubero's distinguished carreer has included 
an Olympic gold in the 200 backstroke in Barcelona 1992, 
and he'sstill the current world record holder in the event. 

Women's 4x100 medley relay 

Germany had the lead throughout the race; the Russian 
team was surprisingly strong, challenging on the free- 
style leg. 

Hungary had a relatively weak team, but Agnes 
Kovacs' breaststroke leg of 1:07.97 was two seconds faster 
than anyone else in the pool and moved them into medal 
contention after her leg. They finished seventh. 



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SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1997 



DAY 6, AUGUST 24 



PELAEZ BEATS DE BRUIN IN 200 FLY 
14:58.65 FOR BREMBILLA 
WOUDA ADDS 200 1.M. GOLD 

Women's 200 butterfly 

Hola, hola, hola.... Maria campeona! The home crowd 
cheered as Maria Pelaez, ESP, had the swim of her life 
to touch out Olympic champion Michelle de Bruin. 
After pulling out of both 800 freestyle and the 200 IM, de 
Bruin was slightly rested and had her sights on a third 
gold. She took the lead from the start and held it for 150 
metres but struggled at the finish. An obviously inspired 
Pelaez kept the pressure on and finished very strongly 
for a new national record of 2:10.25 to de Bruin's 
2:10.88. 

It was an over two second drop from her previous 
best. The Malaga native said, "It's a dream to be a 
champion. It's something I never thought would hap- 
pen. When you see everyone in the stands cheering for 
you, you think, this is my 15 minutes of fame." 

Mette Jacobsen, DEN, the winner of the 100 fly, 
finished third with 2:1 1.97. 

De Bruin was "very proud" to be leaving Sevilla 
with two golds and two silvers. Her long-winded inten- 
tion, ghost-written for her and published in an Irish 
newspaper the day before th is race, to be more open with 
journalists regarding her training program, came to 
naught. When asked about it, de Bruin suggested Coke 
or Pepsi don't give away their winning formula either, 
so why should she? 

Men's 200 individual medley 

Marcel Wouda won his second I.M. gold. 

The early leader, Christian Keller, GER, soon faded 
out of contention as eventual winner, Marcel Wouda, 
NED, had the lead after backstroke, splitting 57.41 at the 
lOO.Jani Sievinen, EIN, the current world record holder, 
moved into second place after the backstroke leg, but 
couldn't gain on Wouda in the breaststroke leg. 

On the final leg, Wouda had a slight lead and a fast 
closing Xavier Marchand, FKA, almost caught up. 
Sievinen faded to third. 

Wouda's time, 2:00.77, was his best ever; Marchand 
in second broke his own Erench record with a 2:01.08. 
Only Sievinen, in third, was four seconds off his best 
from two years ago. 

Wouda said it was a difficult race, but conceded he 
was satisfied, saying, "I'd like to continue this way." 

Women's SO freestyle 

Russian Natal ia Mesheryakova had a great start and left 
little doubt as to who would touch first. Her winning 
time was 25.31, ahead of Sandra Volker of Germany, 



who was off her best time with a 25.43. 

In third was Sweden's Therese Alshammar, who is 
off to Nebraska to study in the fall. Her final time was a 
personal best of 25.78. 

Men's 1 500 freestyle 

The winner was never in doubt. The question was 
whether there would be a sub 15-minute time. In a 
superb demonstration of pacing and technique, 
Emiliano Brembilla, ITA, took control after the first 
100, splitting steady 100s just over the minute until the 
600, and just under the minute for the next 900 metres, 
winning in 14:58.65. Brembilla becomes the world 
leader for 1997 and poses a genuine threat to the 
Australian supremacy in this event 

Igor Snitko, UKR, was second throughout, and 
finished with a time of 1 5:07.85, a personal best by just 
over seven seconds. 

Graeme Smith, GBR, battled for third with Denis 
Zavgorodny, UKR. At 1200 metres the Ukrainian moved 
gradually ahead and finished third with 15:19.28. 

Smith, well off his bronze medal time of 15:02.48 
from lastyear's Olympics finishined fourth with 15:22.11. 

Brembilla commented, "Yesterday in theprelims it 
was a very easy swim. My target was to swim under 15 
minutes today. I've hit my target, and I'm very happy." 

He added, "The other day I was very exuberant over 
my 400 free win. Today I could hardly read the results 
I was so tired." The water temperature of 29 Celsius 
surely affected the final outcome. 



Brembilla's splits: 






100 


59-04 


59.04 


200 


1:59-60 


1:00.56 


300 


3:00.19 


1:00.59 


400 


4:01.02 


1:00.83 


500 


5:01.25 


1:00.23 


600 


6:01.31 


1:00.06 


700 


7:01.08 


5977 


800 


8:00.96 


59.88 


900 


9:00.78 


59-82 


1000 


10:00.55 


59.77 


1100 


II no i3 


59.88 


1200 


12:00.45 


59.98 


1300 


13:00.32 


59.87 


1400 


14:00.60 


1:00.28 


1500 


14:58.65 


58.05 



Women's 200 backstroke 

The two German swimmers, Antje Buschschulte and 
Cathleen Rund, went after the gold. Buschschulte had 
the lead for three lengths. At that point Rund chal 
lenged, [Hilling ahead to win herlirst iihImiIiuI turn 
pean title in 2:1 1.46. 

Buschschulte was second in 2:12.05, while Roxana 
Maracineanu of France was right behind her in 2:12.06, 
finishing off a sterling meet with another medal and 
another national record. 



GERMAN TEAM DISTRESSED 

Karin Helmstaedt 

SEVILLA— August 16, 1997. Three o'clock sharp. A four- 
minute broadcast on German television (ARD) slammed 
the German Swimming Federation (DSV) about the re- 
cently released information regarding two of the coaches 
accompanying the German Swim Team to Sevilla. 

The previous week's news that Uwe Neumann, coach 
of Jens K ruppa and former coach of Olympic gold medallist 
Rica Reinisch, and Bernd Henneberg, coach of Dagmar 
Hase, were informal collaborators with the East German 
State Security, or "Stasi," hit hard. Doping accusations 
aside, the two face a possible dismissal for breach of con- 
tract, having signed contracts with the DSV in which they 
state they were never involved with the Stasi. 

A further damning piece of evidence surfaced in the 
form of a document from the Research Institute for Physi- 
cal Culture and Sports in Leipzig (FKS). The document 
details Neumann's and several other former coaches' in- 
volvement in the "U.M. Konzeption" forswimming. "U.M," 
short for "unterstiitzende Mittel" or "supporting means," 
was the euphemistic term employed for the anabolic steroid 
Oral-Turinabol. Neumann therefore finds himself the tar- 
get of further investigations for having administered drugs 
to his athletes under the GDR regime. 

The news wreaked havoc for the less-than-quick-to- 
act German Swimming Federation. Klaus Nottrodt, Sport 
Director of the German Sport Federation, gave an awkward 
interview in which he insisted the information was new to 
him and that it had to now be considered. 

ARD reached two of Neumann's swimmers in Gra- 
nada, both of whom were unimpressed. German champion 
in the breaststroke, Jens Kruppa, said, "It doesn't matter to 
me what happened in the past, only what happens now. I 
have now, as before, complete trust in my coach, and that's 
all that interests me." 

President of the DSV, Riidiger Tretow. is the unfortu- 
nate heir to the issues that still fester in the German sporting 
past. Reached with theGerrnarj team at their training camp 
in Granada, he was also at a loss to explain why the 
Federation had not followed up on supposed requests for 
information on its coaches from the Gauck Authorities 
(Stasi Archives). The seemingly voluntary seven-year-long 
negligence of Ins predecessor Klaus ilenter earned the DS\ 
an admonishment from the Ministry of Internal Affairs 
during the Championships, along with instructions to act 
quickly on the new information. 

Meanwhile, in Berlin, State investigators intotheGDR 
doping scandals announced the names of eleven swim 
coaches, both former and active, who will be indicted in 
mid- September for the doping of underage athletes. In 
eluded in the list are Dieter Lindemann, the former coach 
of world champion Franziska van Almsick, and Volker 
Frischke, who was also with the German team in Spain. 



SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1997 



23 




15 Maciei Kaiak,78,POL 1:53.57 
Zsolt Gaspar.77.HUN 153.79 
Prelims 

set Pielei vdHoogenband.78.NED 1 



1:54.25 
dns 



1»7 EUROPEA* CHAMPIONSHIPS 

SAUtiL Aug 19-24 (SOU) 

••■ Eureoan rrart • ■ CJampaonship record 

SO M FREESTTU.fAug; 



Prelims 
22 57 
2293 
22 76 
2306 
22 89 
2290 
2290 
xl.78.NEO 2305 



luderHz73.GER 
Woy.75.RUS 
jrwtwg.75.GER 



BFW 

9 Nco»twi.75.ROM 

10 Oteg Routftevrtch .74. BLR 

11 ReneGuscerii 71.IIA 

12 Jian8eravidr5.75.ESP 

13 MrekSei.72.EST 

14 ElirtauKiMrtMski.77.POL 

15 ONmrti Kalinovsto.72.BLR 

16 AJeiLoncar.74.CRO 

17 CnrtstoonBuWef.74.SUI 

18 KaRsBiilemans.73.BEL 



>tare.72.IRL 
tier-Jost.68.SUI 



26 NicnoisSrBCteli.74.GBR 

27 Vermund Vetres,75.NOR 

28 GerinOguz.74.TUR 

29 C Papactirysanlou.79.CYP 
100M FREESTYLE 

1 Ataanaa-Popov.71.RUS 

2 Lan FroJander.74.SWE 

3 »^RouWilevitch.74.BLR 

4 Lorenzo Visrrrara.75.rrA 

5 Pieler wJHoogenoand.78.NED 

6 roavBrudt.72.ISR 

7 NctX)t3sSrai*ell,74.GBR 

8 rtat3eNan.75.R0M 

9 Ai5iraZubor.75.HUH 

10 T<>rstsnSpanneberg,75.GER 

11 JuanBenavides.75.ESP 

12 Bartrslfizw()*slo.77.P0L 

13 JufienSicot78.FRA 

14 Hans Bi|tem3ns.73.BEL 

15 LarsQjnrad.76.GER 

16 ArirJr»rClayton.73,GBR 
Pretims 

SuVtadimrPystinrrto.70.RUS 
18 Wre»Sei.72.EST 
H kn KolerJa 78 BLR 



22 JonasAlresson.71.SWE 

23 lvoBenda.75.CZE 

24 JoseM.Rojano.76iSP 

25 CrnstopfiBuhrer.74.SUI 

26 AtaMescner-J0st.68.SUI 

28 Vermund Vetnes,75.NOR 

29 JattbRasrossen.74.DEN 

30 JecceHiefsen.74.DEH 

01 (jrfici fWjtj7 74 TlJR 

200 ¥ FREESTYLf V." 

2 Mass Rosofino,78.rTA 

3 Beta Sz2bados.74.HUN 

5 L3rsFrotanrJer.74.SWE 

6 VlarJrrnrrfYshrerto.70.RUS 

7 MarcetWcut3.72.HED 

8 Aro^Lyrbring.78.SWE 



2327 
2319 
2322 
2319 
2322 
23.17 
2329 
23 26 

23 35 
23 40 
23 53 
2361 
23 64 
23 69 
23 78 
23.80 
2383 

23 85 
2414 
2444 

24 75 
Prelims 

49.87 
49.67 
50.28 
50.07 
50.28 
50.64 
50.39 
50.21 

50.86 
50.80 
50.86 
51.12 
51.49 
51.46 
50.88 
5159 

50.77 
51.59 
51.61 
51.61 
51.78 
51.90 
51.99 
5203 
52.09 
52.09 
52.11 
52.30 
52.33 
52 68 
53.66 

Prelims 

1 

1 



49.98 
49.19 
1:5108 
4950 
5044 
5022 
15025 
1:51.08 



Final 
2230 
2253 
22 78 
22 79 
2280 

22 88 

23 03 
disq 

23.02 
2307 
2318 
2320 
23.21 
23 35 
23 39 
23.52 



Final 
-49.09 
4951 
49.84 
49.93 
50.09 
5014 
50.55 
50.93 

50.79 
50.92 
51.04 
51.13 
5122 
51.26 
5130 
51.65 



Final 
1:48.85 
1:49.02 
1:4998 
1:49.99 
1:50.03 
15013 
150.37 
1:5058 



9 JarxtC3rsfersen,78,0£N 1:51.98 150.84 

10 lgorKolerJa.78.EtLR 153.02 150.93 

11 L>)minicM3tijzewa78.P0L 15221 15228 
ff/L *xr<:;jf U DEN 1.5229 152 41 

13 JawBotetlo.76.ESP 152.42 15339 

14 RiordoPedroso,77.POR 153.09 153.40 



18 Dimitris Manganas,78,GRE 

19 Arunas Savickas.75.LTU 

20 HicolaeBulacu.74.ROM 

21 Miguel Cabrita.74,POR 

22 TomStoltz,74,LUX 

23 Orn Arnarson.81,ISL 

24 Adrian OConnor,78,IRL 

25 Hugh 0'Connor,78,IRL 
400 M FREESTYLf (Aug 22) 

1 Emiliano Brembilla.78.ITA 

2 Massi Rosolino,78.ITA 

3 Paul Palmer,74.GBR 

4 Igor Snitko.78,UKR 

5 Denis Zavgorodny,79,UKR 

6 Graeme Smith,76.GBR 

7 BelaSzabados.74.HUN 

8 Sergi Roure.72,ESP 
B Final 

9 Jorg Ho1fmann.70.GER 

10 Frederik Hvird.74.ESP 

11 Zoltan Szilagyi.67,HUN 

12 Jure Bucar,66.SL0 

13 Igor Koleda.78.BLR 

14 Dominic Maluzewicz,78,POL 

15 Jonas Lundslrom,75,SWE 

16 Jacob Carslensen,78,DEN 
Prelims 

17 Maciej Kajak,78,POL 

18 Tonrt Stoltz.74.LUX 

19 Pelr Kratochvit.75.CZE 

20 Stefan Pohl,78,GER 

21 Arunas Savickas,75,LTU 

22 Nace Majcen,68,SL0 

23 Sandra Tomas,72,CRO 

24 Fausto Mauri,74.SUI 

25 Ricardo Pedroso,77,POR 

26 Anders Jensen,74, DEN 
1500 M FREESTYLE (Aug 24) 

1 Emiliano Brembilla.78.ITA 

2 Igor Snilko,78,UKR 

3 Denis Zavgorodny.79,UKR 

4 Graeme Smith.76,GBR 

5 Frederik Hviid.74,ESP 

6 Ian Wilson,70,GBR 

7 Marco Formen!ini.70,ITA 
Jorg Hoffmann,70.GER 

Prelims 

9 Sergi Roure,72,ESP 

10 Jure Bucar,66,SL0 

11 TomStoltz,74.LUX 

12 Vlastimil Burda.75,CZE 

13 Fausto Mauri,74,SUI 

100 M BACKSTROKE (Aug 23) 



5126 
54 06 
54 06 
54 20 
54 77 
5589 
55.96 
56.43 
58 48 
Prelims 
3:50.34 
3:51.77 
3:52.30 
3:54.34 
3:55.31 
3:51.86 
3:54.49 
3:53.97 

3:56.10 
3:55.34 
3:56.27 
3:57.92 
3:59.56 
3:57.92 
4-00.35 
3:57.01 

4:00.36 
4:02.16 
4:03.42 
4:03.46 
4 04 72 
4 04 99 
4:05.33 
4.08.76 
4:11.66 
4:14.91 

15:10.65 
15:15.71 
15:28.20 
15:25.45 
15:4014 
15:23.22 
15:28.76 
15:2883 



1 Martin Lopez-Zubero.69,ESP 

2 Eithan Urbach,77,ISR 

3 VladimirSelkov.71.RUS 

4 Emanuele Merisi,72JTA 

5 Mariusz Siembida,75,P0L 

6 Jani Sievinen.74,FIN 

7 Martin Harris,69,GBR 

8 NeilWilley,76,GBR 
B Final 

9 Darius Grigalionis,77,LTU 

10 Rail Braun.73,GER 

11 Carlos Ramos,72,ESP 

12 Mindaugas Spokas.75,LTU 

13 Volodymir Nikolaychuk,75,UKR 57.16 

14 MarkoStrahija,75,CRO 57.31 

15 PrzemyslavWilant,77,POL 57.09 

16 Huno Laurentino,75,POR 57.40 
Prelims 

17 Jakob Andersen,77.DEH 57.49 

18 Peter Mankoc.78.SLO 57.53 

19 GordanKozulj,76,CRO 57.54 

20 Sergei Ostapchuk,76,RUS 57.64 

21 Miroslav Machovic.76.SVK 57.86 

22 LarsKalenka,73,GER 58.05 

23 Adrian 0'Connor,78,IRL 58.17 

24 HughO'Connor.78,IRL 5849 

25 RolfSchwyter,73,SUI 5855 

26 YoavGat,80.ISR 59.73 
200 M BACKSTROKE f Aug 21) Prelims 

1 Vladimir Selkov,71,RUS 2:01.65 

2 Emanuele Merisi,72,ITA 2:01.69 

3 Ralf Braun.73.GER 2:01.98 

4 AdamRuckwood,74,GBR 2:01.77 



Final 
3:45.96 
3 48 11 

3:50.03 
3:51.12 
3:53.98 
3:54.30 
3:55.19 
3:55.95 

3:52.53 
3:56.08 
3:56 48 
3:57.51 
3:58.46 
4:00.82 
4:01.72 
4:13.48 



15:46.21 
15:58.59 
16:12.62 
16:15.06 
16:25.91 
Prelims 
56.21 
55.96 
56.63 
56.39 
55.98 
5642 
56.64 
56.49 

56.74 
56.88 
56.95 
56.76 



14 58 65 
15:07 85 
15:19.28 
15:22.11 

15 22 20 
15:23 54 
15:31.71 

dns 



Final 
55.71 
55 88 
55.97 
56.09 
56.10 
56.17 
56.27 
56.37 

56.26 
56.31 
56.72 
56.98 
57.20 
57.23 
57.32 
57 58 



Final 
1:59.21 
1:59.63 
1:59.91 
200.93 



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.mm .;/ 


2:01 34 


6 Stelano Ballistelli,70,ITA 


2:01.48 


2:01.75 


7 Lars Kalenka,73,GER 


2:01.97 


2:02.17 


8 Barlosz Sikora.75,P0L 


2:01.38 


2:02.27 


B Final 








9 VolodymiiNikiilavi:hukAIIIWO?()8 


2:02.10 


1(1 MiiiiK/ QinmhiHu PHI 
IU IVMIIUV OlBIIlUIUd,/ J.rUL 


9 09 1^ 


2:02.50 


1 1 Inrnp ^anrhP7 77 f^P 
I I JUiyc odllUIW,/ r .Cor 




2:02 85 


19 Afiina<; ^auirka^ 7S I Tl I 

\L nl Ulldo OdVTLfVao, 1 J,L 1 U 


') fl9 W 


2:02.89 


H Hnrrlan Kn/nli 7fi PRO 
i j uui Mill i i\ii/iji|, I u.iinu 


9 D9 /11 

CMC. .4 1 


2:02.96 


14 Fithan llrharh 77 

IH LIUIdll UlUdUl.f f,ion 


9 rn 07 


2:03.39 


1^ ^Pfnpi fktanrhiilf 7fi Rl 
I J OcKJU UMd|H,MUK, r u,nUo 


9 fid 


2:03.96 


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1 UMI nl MdloUl l,0 I ,IOL 




2:04.04 


Pr6lims 








17 Neil Willey,76,GBR 


2:04.47 






18 Miroslav Machovic,76,SVK 


204.90 






19 Yoav Gat,80,ISR 


2:04.95 






20 Guillermo Mediano.76.ESP 


2:05.94 






21 Hugh 0'Connor.78,IRL 


2:06.08 






22 Nuno Laurentino,75.POR 


2:06.10 






23 Roll Schwyter,73,SUI 


2:06.24 






24 Nicolae Butacu,74,ROM 


2:06.48 






25 Marko Milenkovic,76,SLO 


2:08.03 






26 Adrian 0'Connor,78,IRL 


2:08.42 






100 M BREASTSTROKE (Aug 19)Prelims 




Final 


1 Alexandei Goukov,72 BLR 


1 02.88 




02.17 


2 KarolyGuttler 1 68,HUN 


1:02.80 


1 


0223 


3 Daniel Malpk 73 P7F 

J UQIIlLil IVIulGrx, r U, v/_L 


102 84 


1 


02.27 


4 Jean-C Sarnin,76,FRA 


1:03.00 


1 


0249 


5 DomRnico Fioravanti 77 ITA 


1:02.73 


1 


02.51 


6 Bonno Kuipers 74 NED 


1:02.79 


1 


02.70 


7 Ipns Krunna 7fi HFR 


1 02 38 


1 


02.72 


8 Vadim Alexeev.70.ISR 


1:03.22 


1 


03.78 


B Final 








9 Roman lvanovski,77,RUS 


1:03.33 


1 


02.63 


10 Jose Couto.78.POR 


1:03.95 


1 


02.73 


11 Patrick Schmollinger,73,AUT 


1:03.28 


1 


03.13 


12 Richard Maden.72,GBR 


1:03.38 


1 


03.18 


13 Marek Krawczyk,76,POL 


1:03.56 


1 


03.32 


14 Sergei Sergeev,70,UKR 


1:03.64 


1 


0342 


15 Stephan Perrol,77,FRA 


1:03.36 


1 


03.43 


16 Uri Shtift,74,ISR 


1:03.90 


1 


04.03 


Swim oft 








1 Jose Couto.78,P0R 




1:02.78 


2 Marc Capdevila,74,ESP 




1 


03 80 


Prelims 








16 MarcCapdevila,74,ESP 


1:03.95 






Jose Couto,78.POR 


1:03.95 






18 ArturPaczynski.74.P0L 


104.34 






19 Roman Havrlant,75,CZE 


1 04 48 






20 Vilmos Kovacs,75,HUN 


1:04.51 






21 Borge Mork,71,N0R 


1:04.53 






22 Andrew Ayres.76.GBR 


1:04.60 






23 Tudor lgnat,77,ROM 


1:04.72 






24 Ismael Gaicia,76,ESP 


1:04.78 






25 Michael Giles,73.IRL 


1:04.83 






26 Remo Lutalf.80.SUI 


1:05.16 






27 Andrei Sarapajevas,77,LTU 


1:05.16 






28 Hjalti Gudmundsson,78,ISL 


1:05.51 






29 Jakob Andersen,77,DEN 


1:0582 






30 Alwin De Prins.78.LUX 


1:06.20 






200 M RREASTSTROKE (Aug 22)Prelims 




Final 


1 Alexander Goukov,72,BLR 


2:15.58 


2 


13.90 


2 Andrei Korneev.74.RUS 


2:1619 


2 


14.40 


3 Daniel Malek.73.CZE 


2:15.23 


2 


14.74 


4 Benno Kuipers,74,NED 


2:15.29 


2 


14.83 


5 Jose Couto,78,POR 


2:16.39 


2 


14.90 


6 Stephan Perrot,77,FRA 


2:16.47 


2 


14.94 


7 Jean-C. Sarnin,76,FRA 


2:13.97 


2 


15.19 


8 Artur Paczynski,74,P0L 


2:16.41 


2 


16.33 


B Final 








9 Jens Kruppa.76,GER 


2:17.08 


2 


15.56 


10 Joaguin Fernandez.71,ESP 


2:16.90 


2 


16.36 


11 Domenico Fioravanli,77,ITA 


2:1706 


2 


16.77 


12 Andrew Ayres,76,GBR 


2:18.89 


2 


17.46 


13 Vilmos Kovacs,75,HUN 


2:17.33 


2 


17.53 


14 Marek Krawczyk,76,P0L 


2:17.41 


2 


17.84 


15 Borge Mork,71, NOR 


2:17.30 


2 


17.88 


16 Richard Maden,72,GBR 


2:19.26 


2 


18.02 


Prelims 








scr Sergei Sergeev,70,UKR 


2:18.40 






18 Tudor lgnat.77,ROM 


2:19.38 






19 Kresimir Cac,76.CR0 


2:21.03 






20 Hjalti Gudmundsson,78,ISL 


2:21.13 






21 Andrei Sarapajevas.77.LTU 


2:21.24 






22 Andrei lvanov,76,RUS 


2:21.79 






23 Vadim Alexeev,70,ISR 


2:22.14 






24 Patrick Schmollinger,73,AUT 2:22.56 






25 Roman Havrlant,75,CZE 


2:23.65 






26 Uri Shtift.74.ISR 


2:24.37 






27 Alwin De Prins.78,LUX 


2:26.41 







100 M BUTTERFLY (Aug 20) Prelims Final 

1 Lars Frolander.74.SWE 53.14 52.85 

2 Denis Silanliev.76.UKR 53.57 53 27 

3 Franck Esposito.71 ,FRA 53.45 53.28 

4 Vladislav Kulikov.71.RUS 54.19 53.84 

5 Thomas Rupprath,77,GER 54.00 53.99 

6 Denis Pankratov,74,RUS 54.30 54.00 

7 Marcin Kaczmarek,77,P0L 54.39 54.49 

8 PelerHorvalh.74.HUN 54.38 54.51 
B Final 

9 SlelanAartsen.75.NED 54.66 54.12 

10 Vesa Hanski.73,FIN 54.43 54.33 

11 Eran Groumi,70,ISR 54.91 54.48 

12 Stephen Parry.76.GBR 54.98 54.60 

13 Vladan Markovic,77,YUG 55.27 55 00 

14 James Hickman,76,GBR 55.03 55.04 

15 Zsoll Gaspar.77.HUN 55.20 55.08 

16 Tero Valimaa,78,FIN 55.19 55.33 
Prelims 

scr Christian Keller.72.GER 54.41 

18 0legRoukhlevilch.74.BLR 55.28 

19 Peter Mankoc,78,SLO 55.49 

20 Philippe Meyer.71.SUl 55.50 

21 Artur Kolecki,78,P0L 55.66 

22 Valler Magnusson,79,SWE 55.70 

23 Georgios Popolas,77,GRE 56.17 

24 Juan Fernandez,72.ESP 56.27 

25 Denislav Kalchev,73,BUL 56.39 

26 Yoav Meiri,75.ISR 56.51 

27 Jakob Andersen.77.DEN 56.51 

28 Alex Miladinovski,79,MKD 56.59 

29 Vermund Vetnes,75,NOR 56.72 

30 Arlion Zaicev,76,LTU 56.80 

31 Luc Decker,77,LUX 57.01 

32 Miguel Cabrita,74,P0R 57.09 

33 Mindaugas Bruzas.76.LTU 57.38 

34 Paul MacCarthy,78,IRL 57.43 

35 Ivo Benda,75,CZE 57.73 

36 Colin Louth,77,IRL 58.86 

37 Getin 0guz,74,TUR 59.08 

200 M BUTTERFLY (Aug 23) Prelims Final 

1 Franck Esposito.71 .FRA 1:58.58 1:57.24 

2 Denis Silantiev,76,UKR 1:59.06 1:58.48 

3 Stephen Parry,76,GBR 2:00.56 1:58.78 

4 Chris-C. Bremer,71,GER 1:59.88 1:58.86 

5 Vesa Hanski,73,FIN 2:00.46 1:59.32 

6 Massi Eroli.76.ITA 2:00.93 1:59.81 

7 AlexGorguraki,77,RUS 2:00.71 2:00.18 

8 Marcin Kaczmarek,77,P0L 2:00.90 2:00.73 
B Final 

9 Stefan Aartsen.75.NED 2:01.17 1:58.43 

10 Jorge Perez,72,ESP 2:01.08 2:01.37 

11 Vladan Markovic,77,YUG 2:01.37 2:01.43 

12 Michael Halika,78,ISR 2:03.65 2:02.67 

13 Adrian Andermatt.69.SUI 2:03.24 2:02.82 

14 Yoav Meiri,75,ISR 2:02.91 2:03.32 

15 Krzysztof Golon.77.POL 2:03.56 2:03.46 

16 Chester Marsman.69,NED 2:01.98 2:03.88 
Prelims 

scr Denis Pankratov,74,RUS 2:01.25 

18 David Rozado.77.ESP 2:03.92 

19 Oliver Lampe,74,GER 2:03.94 

20 Colin Louth,77,IRL 2:03.96 

21 Georgios Popotas,77,GRE 2:03.98 

22 Alex Miladinovski.79.MKD 2:04.16 

23 TeroValimaa,78,FIN 2:05.75 

24 Mindaugas Bruzas,76,LTU 2:05.94 

25 Paul MacCarthy,78,IRL 2:06.43 

26 Artion Zaicev,76,LTU 2:08.06 

27 Luc Decker.77,LUX 2:11.59 

200 M IND. MEDLEY (Aug 24) Prelims Final 

1 Marcel Wouda,72,NED 2:02.97 2:00.77 

2 Xavier Marchand,73,FRA 2:03.58 2:01.08 

3 Jani Sievinen,74,FIN 2:03.36 2:02.12 

4 Christian Keller,72,GER 2:02.70 2:02.50 

5 Sergei Sergeev,70,UKR 2:03.02 2:03.61 

6 Massi Rosolino,78,ITA 2:04.12 2:03.73 

7 Jordi Carrasco,75,ESP 2:04.24 2:03.73 

8 Peter Mankoc.78.SL0 2 04 08 2:05.79 
B Final 

9 Mark van der Zi|den,73,NED 2:05.01 2:04.48 

10 Lionel Moreau,74,FRA 2:04.32 2:04.80 

11 Istvan Bathazi,78,HUN 2:04 81 2:04.81 

12 Marcin Malinski,73,P0L 2:04.71 2:05.10 

13 Josef Horky,72.CZE 2:06.88 2:0590 

14 Michael Jacobson.79.SWE 2:06.46 2:0600 

15 Marko Milenkovic,76,SLO 2:05.98 2:07.70 

16 Jakob Andersen,77,DEN 2:06.12 2:08.15 
Prelims 

scr Jens Kruppa,76,GER 2:04.32 



26 



SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1997 



18 Adrian Turner, 77.GBR 


2:0706 




50 45 Javier Botello, 51 02 Jesus Merino 




21 DitaZelviene,68,LTU 


58,10 






16 Britt Raaby,78, DEN 


9 03 00 




19 Jacob Carstensen,78,DEN 


20707 




Prelims 






22 Liesbeth Dreesen,76,BEL 


58 26 






17 Camelia Potec,82.ROM 


9:05 71 




20 Yoav Meiri.75,ISR 


2:07.21 




9 Switzerland.SUI 


3:25.81 




23 Mia Muusleldt,79,DEN 


58 30 






18 Yvetta Hlavacova,75,CZE 


9 08 29 




21 Ismael Garcia, 76.ESP 


207 35 




10 IrelandJRL 


3:30.12 




24 Katalin Revesz,80,HUN 


58.42 






19 Urska Ros,81,SL0 


9:12 40 




22 Adrian Andermalt,69,SUI 


2:07 95 




4X200 FREE RELAY (Aug 20) 


Prelims 


Final 


25 Dominique Diezi.77.SUI 


58 47 






1 00 M BACKSTROKE (Aug 21 ) 


Prelims 


Final 


23 Piotr Florczyk.78,POL 


2:08 34 




1 Great Britain.GBR 


7:22.17 


7:17.56 


26 Falima Madrid, 79.ESP 


58.55 






1 Antje Buschschulte,78,GER 


1:02.46 1 


01.74 


24 Pelr Kratochvi 1, 75.CZE 


2:08.40 




1 49 13 Paul Palmer, 1 49 38 Andrew Clayton, 


27 Marja Parssinen, 71, FIN 


58 62 






2 Roxana Maracineanu.75,FRA 


1:02.02 1 


01,84 


25 Alex Miladinovski,79.MKD 


2:08.54 




1:50.60 Gavin Meadows, 1:48 


45 James Salter 


in i j, ik n.- i . 7n ai it 

28 Judith Draxler,70,AUl 


58 63 






3 Sandra Volker, 74, GER 


1 02 88 1 


0223 


26 Denislav Kalchev,73,BUL 


2:09 04 




2 Netherlands.NED 


7:31.94 


7:17.84 


on 1 I \.~ 1 « .1, 71 PI A 

29 Urska Slapsak,72,SLO 


58 68 






4 Olga Kochelkova,79,RUS 


1:02.73 1 


02.80 


27 Miroslav Machovic,76,SVK 


2:09 45 




1:48 59 Pieter vdHoogenband, 1.49 


81 Mark VanDefZijden, 


30 Ivana Walterova,77,SVK 


5887 






5 Sarah Price, 78.GBR 


1,02,78 1 


03.41 


28 Kresimir Cac,76,CR0 


2:09 95 




1 50 48 Martijn Zuijdweg, 1:48.96 


Marcel Wou 


da 


31 Anna-K Kammerling,80,SWE 


58.97 






6 Isabela Burczyk,72,P0L 


1:04,06 1 


03.56 


29 Michael Halika,78,ISR 


2:10.19 




3 Germany.GER 


7:23.71 


7:18.86 


32 Fabienne Dulour,81,BEL 


59 08 






7 Elena Grechushnikova.80.RUS 


1:03.95 1 


03.77 


400 MIND. MEDLEY (Aug 20) 


Prelims 


Final 


1:50.30 Lars Conrad. 1 49.33 Christian Keller, 


33 Lara Heinz,81, LUX 


59 40 






8 SuzeValen.78.NED 


1 04 21 1 


04 13 


1 Marcel Wouda,72,NED 


4:20.82 


4:15.38 


1 :50.19 Stefan Pohl, 1 49 04 Steffen Zesner 


34 Chantal Gibney,80,IRL 


59 61 






B Final 






2 Frederik Hviid,74,ESP 


4.23.34 


4:19.68 


4 ItalyJTA 


7:25.19 


7:19.27 


35 Agnese Ozolina,79,LAT 


59.90 






9 Ivette Maria, 75.ESP 


1:05.03 1 


0393 


3 Robert Seibl, 74, GER 


4:24.11 


4:20.43 


149 13 Massi Rosolino, 1 51 38 Emanuele 


dini, 


200 M FREESTYLE (Aug 20) 


Prelims 




Final 


10 Joanne Deakins,72,GBR 


1:04.33 1 


04.33 


4 Xavier Marchand,73,FRA 


4:21.33 


4:21.64 


1 :47 86 Emiliano Brembilla, 1 :50 90 Paulo Ghiglione 


1 Michelle Smith-De Bruin.69,lRL2 02 15 


1:59.93 


11 Anna Kopatchenia,80,BLR 


1 04 31 1 


04.34 


5 Istvan Bathazi,78,HUN 


42506 


4:21.93 


5 Poland.POL 


7-33.94 


7:31.45 


O M0.H07H0 Phomo7ni/Q PO DI IC 


9 nn A A 


1:59.97 


12 Maria C Santos, 78, POR 


1:04.24 1 


04.37 


6 Uwe Volk,70,GER 


4:23.66 


4.23.76 


1 53.62 Dominik Maluzkiewicz, 1 52.88 Bartosz Sikora, 


1 Pamolia Pntor P9 R^^/1 
Udlllclid rUlcL,Oii,nUIVI 


9 09 19 


2:00.17 


13 Helene Ricardo,74,FRA 


1:04.37 1 


04.87 


7 Jani Sievinen,74,FIN 


42390 


4:24.59 


1 5258 Maciej Kajak, 1 52 37 Piotr Florczyk 




H IVIdllllld IVlUidV^UVd./U.Ovrx 


9 nn 7fi 

L UU /D 


2:00 34 


14 Joanna Gronek,80, POL 


1:04 93 1 


05.04 


8 Kresimir Cac,76,CRO 


4:24.35 


4:35.36 


6 Switzerland.SUI 


74251 


7:38.77 


R korctin kiolnacc RQ fiFR 
J i\clblill iMciydbS,Oy,utn 


L UU D 1 


2:00.36 


15 Francesca Bissoli.80,ITA 


1:04.36 1 


05.14 


B Final 






1 53 81 Adrian Andermatt, 1 53 06 Philippe Meyer, 


R Karon Pirlrprinn 71 RRR 


9ri9 1^ 

L \}L IJ 


2:01,02 


16 Alena Nyvllova,82,CZE 


1 04 53 1 


05 31 


9 Massi Eroti, 76, ITA 


4 27 58 


4:22,74 


1:56.41 Fauslo Mauri, 1.55 49 Alex Miescher-Jost 


7 nipna I annnni/a ftO I IKR 


9 m n9 

C U I ML 


2:01.11 


Prelims 






10 Michael Halika,78,ISR 


4:25.98 


4:22.82 


Sweden.SWE 


7 0.0 m 

( ,OL. IU 


disc] 


ft Incofino I illh3.no ftn QWF 
JUocllltfc! Lllllldyc.OU.ovVL 


9 09 OR 

L AiL UJ 


2.01.46 


17 Madalina Badea,78,R0M 


I H r , 08 




11 Michael Jacobson,79,SWE 


4:27 14 


4:26.30 


1 :50 1 6 Anders Lyrbring 






R Final 
D riMdl 








18 Dominique Diezi,77,SUI 


1:05.24 




12 Josef Horky,72,CZE 


4:25 69 


4:26.37 


err Di iccio Rl IQ 
SCI nUSSId.nUo 


10.A RQ 




9 Antje Buschschulte,78,GER 


2:02.53 


2:01.11 


19 Katerina Pivonkova,79,CZE 


1.05 46 




13 Krzysztof Golon,77,POL 


4:28.67 


4:26 54 


Prelims 






10 Luminita Dobrescu.71, ROM 


2:02.18 


2.01.85 


20 Anu Koivisto,80,FIN 


1.05.46 




14 Petr Kratochvil,75,CZE 


4:27 28 


4:27.23 


Denmark, DEN 


Ol$q 




11 Victoria Horner,76,GBR 


2:04 15 


2:03.37 


21 Yseult Gervy,79,BEL 


1:05 69 




15 Adrian Andermatt,69,SUI 


4:31.11 


4:30.24 








12 Nicole Zahnd.80.SUI 


2:06.06 


2,03 49 


22 BrendaStarink,74,NED 


1:05.83 




16 Marcin Malinski,73,P0L 


4:2601 


4:33.21 


vvuiiicn o t vcn i o 






13 Laura Roca,80,ESP 


2:04.67 


2:04 53 


23 Annamaria Kiss,81,HUN 


1 06.25 




Prelims 






en M FRFFSTYI F /Ann OA\ 




rinai 


14 Solenne Figues,79,FRA 


2:03 79 


2 


04.70 


24 Calalina Casaru,79,ROM 


1 06 36 




scr Stefano Battistelli,70,ITA 


4:26 44 




I INdidl Id IVIcbMc[ydKUVd,/^,nUO 


9^ 11 


9R 11 


15 MiaMuusleldt,79,DEN 


2:04 64 


2:0521 


25 Eydis Konradsdottir,78,ISL 


1:07.34 




18 Marko Milenkovic,76,SLO 


4:31.32 




L odl lUld VUmcl , 1 4,uLn 


• 9^ in 


OR A'X 


16 Tanja Blatnik.76.SLO 


2:05.30 


205.26 


200 M BACKSTROKE (Aug 24) 


Prelims 


Final 


19 Edward Clement,79,GBR 


4:32,96 




J 1 llclcbd Mlalldlllllldl ,/ / ,ovvL 


OR OA 

co yo 


OR 7ft 


Prelims 








1 Cathleen Rund,77,GER 


2 14 03 2 11 46 


20 Alex Miladinovski,79,MKD 


4:35.59 




4 Simone Osygus,68,GER 


OR fi1 


OR ft/1 


scr Mette Jacobsen,73,DEN 


2:02 20 






2 Antje Buschschulte,78,GER 


2 13 28 2 12 05 


21 Orn Arnarson,81.ISL 


4:3819 




£ Annoh Pnctmo 71 Mm 

j Miigeid rusimd.r i.nlu 


OR (19 


OR flQ 


scr Johanna S|oberg,78,SWE 


2:03 14 






3 Roxana Maracineanu,75,FRA 


2 13 78 2 12 05 


22 Sandra Tomas,72,CRO 


4 3949 




D IVieiKd opdldVcC.f O.oLU 


or nn 

c\i UU 


or ni 


19 Petra Banovic,79.CRO 


2-07.25 






4 Elena Grechushnikova.80.RUS 


2 15 14 2 13 80 


4X100 MEDLEY RELAY (Aug 24)Prelims 


Final 


7 f\\ni yiilnmnl 7Q I IkR 
/ Uiyd IVJUKUI HOI , / y,Ur\n 


or nn 

ZD UU 


or m 


20 Yvetta Hlavacova,75,CZE 


2:07.34 






5 Helen Don-Duncan,81, GBR 


2 15 81 2 14 68 


1 Russia.RUS 


3 44 77 


3:39.67 


ft Tina Rncci n(t fifl Rn 
I llie DOSSUyi.oU.DLL 


OR OA 


OR AO. 


21 Silvia Soronellas.78.ESP 


2:07.69 






6 Joanne Deakins,72,GBR 


2:15 21 2:15,49 


56.31 Vladimir Selkov. 101 42 Andrei Korneev, 


R Final 
D r n Id I 






22 Ivana Walterova,77,SVK 


2:07 88 






7 Helene Ricardo, 74, FRA 


2:16 34 216.31 


52.92 Vladislav Kulikov, 49 02 Alexander Popov 


9 Wilma van Hofwegen,71 NEO 


or or 


OR f)R 


23 Chantal Gibney.80,IRL 


208 07 






8 Katerina Pivonkova,79,CZE 


2 15 70 2 17.18 


2 Germany.GER 


3:43.11 


3:41.47 


m PlaiiHia Franrn 7^ FQP 
IU OldUUId NdllCU,/ J.LOr 


OR 9/1 


OR HP 


24 Sandrine Paquier,77,SUI 


2:08 26 






B Final 






56.43 Ralf Braun, 1:02.31 Jens Kruppa, 




11 Inna Vaitclawa 7Q Rl IC 
I I llllld TdlloKdyd, / j.nUo 




OR 1P 
cv. lu 


25 Patricia Stokkers,76,NED 


2:0918 






i I. ._u_ ii..:, -jr ron 

9 Ivette Maria, 75, ESP 


2 17 56 2 


1631 


53.63 Thomas Rupprath. 49 10 Christian Troger 


19 Quean Rnlnh 7ft HRR 
\L oUSdll nUipil,/ O.uBn 


9fi 9 1 , 


OR 1R 


26 Agnese 0zolina.79,LAT 


2 09 98 






10 Isabela Burczyk,72.P0L 


2 17 23 2 


16.33 


3 Poland.POL 


343.60 


3:42.20 


19 Wiwhna Qi icin 79 ITA 
,.i vlvl,]ll,l ...USUI fL,\ In 


9fi 


OR IP 
CD. OO 


400 M FREESTYLE (Aug 21) 


Prelims 




Final 


11 Laura Porchianello.81, ITA 


21811 2 


16,40 


55.63 Mariusz Siembida, 1:02.92 Marek Krawczyk, 


14 I aura Pptrnh/tp 7fi I Tl I 
In LdUld rcllUiyic, l D,L 1 U 


9R A*\ 


or /in 

cv 4U 


1 Dagmar Hase.69,GER 


4:14.37 


I 


09.58 


12 Yseult Gervy, 79, BEL 


2.1817 216.82 


53.90 Marcin Kaczmarek, 49 75 Bartosz Kizierowski 


1^ Prictina Phincn 79 ITA 
IJ \j\ lolll Id bl IIUoU, / J, 1 1 n 


LU.JO 


OR AR 


2 Michelle Smith-De Bruin.69.IRL4 16 43 


4 


10.50 


13 Helena Strakova,75,CZE 


2 17 99 2:17.52 


4 ItalyJTA 


3 47 05 


3:43.32 


1£ ludith flravlor 70 Al IT 
ID JUUIIIl UidXlcl,/U,nU I 


9fi 1R 


OR RP 


3 Kerstin Kielgass.69,GER 


4:14 47 


4 


10.89 


14 Francesca Bissoli,80, ITA 


2:17 03 2-17.54 


56.55 Emanuele Merisi, 1:02.53 Domenico Fioravanti, 


Prelims 






4 Caria Geurts.71.NED 


4:14.20 


4 


1123 


15 Anna Kopatchenia,80,BLR 


2 17 78 2:17.96 


55.10 Luis A Laera, 49 14 Lorenzo Vismara 




17 luana \rt/altornwa 77 CV/l/ 
1/ Ivdlld WdllGruvd,' f ,oVr\ 


9fi £>A 




5 Kirsten Vlieghuis,76,NED 


4:14.14 


4 


1351 


16 Anu Koivisto,80,FIN 


2:18.65 2:19.04 


5 Israel, ISR 


3 44 78 


3:43,64 


1 R Hita 7ol\/iono fift I Tl I 

id uiid zeiviene.DO.L i u 


9fi ^ 




6 Nadezda Chemezova,80,RUS 


41391 


I 


1381 


Prelims 






56.41 Eithan Urbach, 1 03 1 5 Vadim Alexeev, 


1Q Cnhianno Tli ifnnf D1 RFI 

iy raDienne uurour.o i ,tjtL 


9fi RQ 




7 Simona Paduraru.81 .ROM 


4:16.12 


4 


1387 


17 Joanna Gronek.80.P0L 


2:20.44 




54.39 Erna Groumi. 49.69 Yoav Bruck 




90 I Ircl/a Qbncak 79 QI Pi 
l\j UlSKd OldpSdK,/^,oLU 


9R RQ 




8 Olena Lapunova,80,UKR 


4:12.63 


4 


1489 


18 Petra Chaves, 78, POR 


2:21.11 




6 Great Britain.GBR 


344 12 


3:43.83 


21 Marja Parssinen,71 ,FIN 


OF, RQ 




B Final 








19 Calalina Casaru,79,R0M 


2:21 22 




56.77 Martin Harris, 1:02.64 Richard Maden, 


99 Rhnca Pornn 1 A CCD 

ll Dianca Leron./n.tor 


9A fin 




9 Camelia Potec,82,ROM 


4:18.23 


4 


1379 


20 Maria A Bardina,80,ESP 


2:22.58 




54.35 Stephen Parry, 50 07 Mark Foster 




99 I iiminiti nnhracr-n 71 DfHA 

ls Luminira uuDrescu.r i.nuivi 


9f; 71 




10 Laetitia Choux,79,FRA 


4:16.78 


4 


15 77 


21 Annamaria Kiss,81. HUN 


2:2290 




7 Spain.ESP 


3:45.40 


3:44,25 


9/1 l^aron Diri/arinn 71 PRR 

m i\dren ricKermy,/ i.bDn 


OR R1 




11 Ingrid Bourre,76,FRA 


4:1878 


4 


1592 


22 Eydis Konradsdottir,78JSL 


2:24.71 




55.76 Martin Lopez-Zubero, 1 ( 


2 47 Marc Capdevila, 


9R Minna Qalmola 71 FIM 

(ij ivnnna oaimeia.r i.riN 


OR PI 
10.00 




12 Anna Simoni,80.ITA 


4:18.75 


4 


16.13 


23 Petra Banovic,79,CRO 


2 25 60 




55.72 Juan Fernandez, 50 30 Juan Benavide 


5 


9C rinmininiin nimi 77 CI II 

lb Dominique uiezi,/ r.oUi 






13 Hana Cerna,74,CZE 


4.1884 


J 


16.26 


100 M BREASTSTROKE (Aug 22)Prelims 


Final 


8 Switzerland.SUI 


3:4996 


3:48,97 


97 Minnlo 7ahnH QO QI II 

zi Nicole zanno.ou.oUi 


97 m 




14 Sarai Jusles,79,ESP 


4:1910 


4 


17 53 


1 Agnes Kovacs,81, HUN 


1 08.22 1 


08,08 


58.50 Paul Schwyter, 1:04.63 Remo Luloll, 


90 Mii M 1, iclnlrlt 70 nCM 

la Mid MUUSIelOt.f y.utN 


271 5 




15 Jessica Craig,80,GBR 


4:17.83 


4 


18.33 


2 Svetlana Bondarenko,71,UKR 


1:09.05 1 


08,87 


54.69 Philippe Meyer, 51 15 Alex Miescher-Jost 


90 1 iri Uoin-7 Q1 I I IV 

c6 Lara neinz.oi.LUA 


07 17 

Li A I 




16 Britt Raaby,78,DEN 


4:18.38 


: 


18 44 


3 Alicja Peczak.70.POL 


1:10.05 1 


0926 


Prelims 






30 Katalin Revesz,80,HUN 


27.22 




Prelims 








4 Brigitte Becue.72.BEL 


1:10.12 1 


0942 


9 Lithuania.LTU 


3:50.71 




31 DitteJensen,80,DEN 


27.56 




17 AsaSandlund,79.SWE 


4 21 51 






5 Dagmara Ajnenkiel.77,P0L 


1:09 79 1 


09.81 


10 IrelandJRL 


350 82 




32 Elin Sigurdardottir,73,ISL 


27.70 




18 Victoria Horner.76,GBR 


4:22 00 






6 Madelon Baans,77,NED 


1 10 72 1 


1067 


11 Croatia.CRO 


3:53.77 




33 Agnese 0zolina.79,LAT 


27.74 




19 Krislina Kynerova,79,CZE 


4:23.69 






7 Vera Lischka.76,AUT 


1 10 97 1 


10.73 


4X100 FREE RELAY (Aug 22) 


Prelims 


Final 


34 Chantal Gibney.80,IRL 


27.86 




20 FlaviaRigamonti.81.SUI 


4:23.72 






8 Jaime King,76,GBR 


1 10 74 1 


10,93 


1 Russia.RUS 


3.21.57" 


3:16,85 


100 M FREESTYLE (Aug 19) 


Prelims 


Final 


21 Eva Zachariassen.77.DEN 


4 23 96 






B Final 






• 49 02 Alexander Popov, 49 53 Roman Egorov, 


1 Sandra Volker.74.GER 


55.46 


55.38 


22 Sophie Goffin,79,BEL 


4 25 42 






9 Sylvia Gerasch,69,GER 


11129 1 


1124 


48.68 Denis Pimankov, 49.62 Vladimir Pyshnenko 


2 Martina Moravcova,76.SVK 


55.76 


55 46 


23 Laura Roca,80,ESP 


4 25 64 






10 lnaHuging,80,GER 


1:11.63 1 


1143 


2 Germany.GER 


3:1999 


3:18.33 


3 Antje Buschschulte,78,GER 


55 95 


55.50 


24 Petra Banovic,79,CRO 


4 26 64 






11 Manuela Dalta Valle.63.ITA 


1:1144 1 


11,48 


50 46 Alexander Luderitz, 49 51 Steffen Zesner, 


4 Susan Rolph,78,GBR 


56.57 


56 09 


25 Urska Ros,81,SLO 


4 29 67 






12 Natasha Keizar.76.SL0 


1:11,72 1 


11.80 


48.77 Christian Troger, 49.59 Torslen Spanneberg 


5 Karen Pickering,71, GBR 


56.46 


56.13 


26 Chantal Strasser.78.SUI 


4,30 98 






13 Karine Bremond,75,FRA 


1:11.93 1 


12.13 


3 Netherlands.NED 


32405 


3:20 82 


6 Natalia Mesheryakova,72,RUS 


55.99 


56.15 


800 M FREESTYLE (Aug 23) 


Prelims 




Final 


14 Linda Hindmarsh,80,GBR 


1:12.58 1 


12.66 


50.93 Bram Van Haandel, 50.49 Martijn Zuijdweg, 


7 MetteJacobsen,73,DEN 




56.51 


1 Kerstin Kielgass.69,GER 


8 43 42 


8:34,41 


15 Inna Nikitina,82,UKR 


1:12.24 1 


12.75 


50.01 Mark Veens. 49 39 Pieter vdHoogenband 


8 Wilma van Hofwegen, 71, NED 


56.76 


56.51 


2 CarlaGeurts,71,NED 


8 42 74 


8:3614 


16 Rosario Zazo,72.ESP 


1:12 70 1 


12.83 


4 Great Britain.GBR 


3:24.36 


3:21 15 


B Final 






3 Jana Henke,73,GER 


8 48 69 


8:39,93 


Prelims 






50.68 Nicholas Shackell, 50 23 James Salter, 


9 Svetlana Leshukova,74,RUS 


5697 


56.65 


4 Krishna Kynerova.79,CZE 


84362 


8:45,74 


scr Olga Landik.80.RUS 


1 12,49 




50.54 Gavin Meadows, 49.70 Mark Foster 


10 Olga Mukomol,79,UKR 


57.32 


56.87 


5 Flavia Rigamonli.81.SUI 


8:52.43 


H 


48 30 


18 Larisa Lacusta,79,R0M 


1 12,74 




5 Sweden.SWE 


3 25 43 


3:21.77 


11 Claudia Franco,75,ESP 


57.21 


56.87 


6 Anna Simoni,80.ITA 


8,52,31 


8:49.57 


19 BriltaVestergaard,75,DEN 


1 1339 




49.65 Lars Frolander, 51 24 Max von Bodungen, 


12 Theresa Alshammar, 77, SWE 


57.70 


57.04 


7 Sarah Collings.78,GBR 


8:52.59 


8 


50 42 




1 14 94 




50.65 Anders Lyrbring, 50.23 Jonas Akesson 


13 Olena Lapunova.80,UKR 


5731 


57.22 


8 Maria A Bardina.80.ESP 


8:49.76 


8 


53.92 


200 M BREASTSTROKE (Aug 20)Prelims 


Final 


6 ItalyJTA 


3 34 29 


3:2298 


14 Minna Salmela.71, FIN 


57 55 


57.34 


Prelims 








1 Agnes Kovacs.81, HUN 


2.27 81»» 2.24.90 


50 30 Lorenzo Vismara, 50 59 Alessandro Bacchi, 


15 Metka Sparavec,78,SLO 


57 46 


57.37 


scr Kirsten Vlieghuis,76, NED 


8:45 53 






2 Alicja Peczak,70.POL 


2:29.95 228 04 


51.61 Marco de Simone, 50,4 


8 Massi Rosolino 


16 Luminila Dobrescu.71 .ROM 


57.15 


59.84 


10 Sophie Gollin,79,BEL 


853 94 






3 Brigitte Becue,72,BEL 


2:3008 2:28,90 


7 IsraelJSR 


3:24,02 


3:23.10 


Prelims 






11 Sarai Jusles,79,ESP 


8:56 02 






4 Inna Nikilina,82,UKR 


2 31 69 2:29,76 


50.46 Yoav Bruck, 51 66 Oren Azrad, 




17 Laura Pelrulyle,76,LTU 


57.91 




12 Laetilia Choux,79,FRA 


8:56.52 






5 Jaime King.76,GBR 


2:29,91 2:3002 


51,01 Eran Groumi, 49 97 Eithan Urbach 




18 Lorena Diaconescu.79,ROM 


57.93 




13 Victoria Horner,76,GBR 


8:58.21 






6 Anne Poleska.80.GER 


2:30,29 2:30,40 


8 Spain.ESP 


3:25.13 


3:23.74 


19 Nicole Zahnd.80.SUI 


58 05 




14 Asa Sandlund,79,SWE 


9:00 08 






7 Karine Bremond,75.FRA 


2:2996 2:3065 


50.98 Juan Benavides, 51 29 Jose Rojano, 


20 Viviana Susin,72.ITA 


5807 




15 EvaZachariassen,77,DEN 


900 50 






8 Linda Hindmarsh.80.GBR 


2:31.55 2:31 68 



SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1997 



27 




Agnes Kovacs. HUN, won 100 and 200 breaststrokes 











35 Nida Zuhal,75,TUR 


1:05.43 








LfltaMrtH ia.74.CZI 


OX) 17 


0-7t\ A£ 
c.jd.^o 


200 M BUTTERFLY (Aug 24) 


Prelims 




Final 




BeaQK3m1rtsia.8O.POL 


OX) 71 


911 fid 

C.J 1 -OH 


1 Maria Pelaez,77.ESP 


2:13.42 


2 


10.25 




haHugmg.80.GER 


oxk nfi 

L JJ UD 


O X) OA 

c JC JO 


2 Michelle Smith-De Bruin.69.IRL2:12.86 


2 


10 88 


12 


Lansa Lacusta.79.R0M 


0X7 Of, 

c JJ CO 


O X) QH 

c JC JO 


3 Metle Jacobsen,73.DEN 


2:13.61 


2 


11.97 


13 


MarJeJonBaans.77.NED 


OX) 1fl 

C JC. IV 


77 KQ 

C.JJ OJ 


4 Anna Uryniuk,74,P0L 


2:13.55 


2 


12.01 




FJw3FBdier.78.AUT 


77 (Yl 
c jo.Uj 


OTA f\7 


5 Silvia Szalai.75.GER 


2:12.69 


2 


12.52 


15 


Natasha Ketzar.76.SL0 


7*. 91 


C.JJ.OV 


6 Martina Moravcova.76.SVK 


2:12.65 


2 


12.71 


M 


Fedenca B($&a.80.ITA 


C jO JO 


L JJ u 1 


7 Barbara Franco,74,ESP 


2:14.03 


2 


12.74 








8 KatrinJake,73,GER 


2:13.51 


2 


13.08 




9MlbrB8ondarenlio.71.UKFI 


d.Jz.uO 




B Final 










AJenkaKejzar.79.SL0 


2:36.53 




9 Sophia Skou.73,DEN 


2:15.19 


2 


13.48 




M0Kagman.79.FIN 


2:38.74 




10 Margaretha Pedder,80,GBR 


214 34 


2 


14.03 




BnnaVestefgaard.75.DEN 


2:39.38 




11 Johanna Sjoberg.78,SWE 


217.08 


2 


1456 




Ekatermi Sarakatsani.77.GRE 


2:41.05 




12 Paola Cavallino.77,ITA 


2:16.08 


2 


15.48 




MeKnstensen.77.DEN 


2:41.64 




13 Cecile Jeanson.72.FRA 


2:16.27 


2 


1602 


100 M BUTTERFLY 


Prelims 


Final 


14 Ana Francisco,80,P0R 


2:16.98 


2 


16.41 




MeneJacoosen.73.0EN 


1:00.46 


59.64 


15 Kim van Kruyssen,74,BEL 


216 58 


2 


16.81 




UartjnaMoravcova.76.SVK 


59.67 


59.74 


16 Marcela Kubalcikova.73.CZE 


2:17.29 


2 


16.93 




JoramaS|OOerg.78.SWE 


1:00.57 


1:00.07 


Prelims 










Svettana Pozoeev3.77.RUS 


1:01.31 


1:00.28 


17 Ana-Maria Gheorghe.80.ROM 


2:1746 








liana Tocchmi.67.fTA 


1:01.22 


1:00.56 


18 Andrea Simakova,76,CZE 


2:17.71 








AnnaUfynruk.74.P0L 


1:01.06 


1:00.77 


19 Edit Klocker,79,HUN 


2:19.51 








CedeJeanson.72.FRA 


1:01.42 


1:01.46 


20 Krisztina Csapo,80.HUN 


21964 








ManaParssrnen.71.FIN 


1:00.71 


1:0152 


21 Tinka Dancevic,80,CRO 


2:19.95 














22 Urska Ros,81,SLO 


2:2043 








KabinMeissier.73.GER 


1:01.85 


1:01.34 


23 Yana Klochkova.82.UKR 


2:21.93 








Soptiia Skou.73.OEN 


1:01.58 


1:01.44 


24 Catalina Casaru,79,R0M 


2:24.95 








Wilma van Honwgen.71 .NED 


1:02.43 


1:01.66 


200 M IND.MEDLEYfAug 23) 


Prelims 




Final 




Mar«aPeiaez.77.ESP 


1:02.42 


1:01.69 


1 0xanaVerevka.77,RUS 


2:18.01 


2 


14.74 




Anre-K. Kafnmerling.80.SWE 


1:02.36 


1:02.07 


2 Martina Moravcova,76,SVK 


2:16.57 


2 


15.02 




Katrinj3ke.73.GER 


1:0212 


1:02 22 


3 Yana Klochkova,82,UKR 


2:17.57 


2 


15.03 




Caroline Foot65.GBR 


1:0213 


1 02 36 


4 Sabine Herbst,74,GER 


2:17.48 


2 


15.99 




Fab«erreWour.81.BF± 


1:02.67 


1:02.51 


5 Susan Rolph,78.GBR 


2:17.08 


2 


1656 




ims 






6 Beatrice Coada-Caslaru,75.R0M2 18 24 


2 


17.17 


so 


Susan Roloti.78.GBR 


1:02.65 




7 Brigitte Becue.72.BEL 


2:18.24 


2 


17.22 




FJert3NazerriTOv3.80.RUS 


1:02.80 




8 Alicja Peczak,70,POL 


2:18.04 


2 


17.42 




^rcesca Bugamelli.80.rrA 


1:03 00 




B Final 










Barbara Franco.74.ESP 


1:0326 




9 Cathleen Rund.77,GER 


2:18.72 


2:16.89 


I' 


Ana Francisco,80.P0R 


1:0328 




10 LourrJes Becerra.73.ESP 


2:19.88 




i: 


Maria C. Santos.78.POR 


1:03.35 




11 Hana Cerna,74,CZE 


2:18.58 


2:19.03 




Nicole ZafifxJJWSUI 


1:0356 




12 BrittaVestergaard.75.DEN 


2:19.72 


2:19.05 




Anna Nwy .81 HUH 


1:03.61 




13 Maria C. Santos,78,POR 


2:20.44 


2:20.46 




SatrinaFortes.78.HED 


1:0380 




14 Catalina Casaru.79.R0M 


2:20.26 


2:21.04 




KjrnvanKnjyssen.74.BEL 


1:0380 




15 Natalia Kozlova,75.RUS 


2:20.33 


2:21.40 




MaMa8adea.78.R0M 


104.05 




16 Nadege Cliton.78,FRA 


2:19.77 


2:25.82 




Marcela Kub3lcikova.73.CZE 


1:04.16 




Prelims 










Edit Klocker.79JHUN 


1:04.28 




17 Yseult Gervy,79,BEL 


2:20.54 








JurJitn Dra*1er.70.AlJT 


1:0431 




18 MinoucheSmit,75.NED 


2:21.15 








YwbHbvacov3.75.CZE 


1:04.80 




19 Madelon Baans.77.NED 


2:2124 










1:05.09 




20 Nicole Zahnd.80.SUi 


2:21.30 








:-?_-\<v>. 'i-*;;r ~*'M 


1:0523 




21 Ekaterini Sarakatsani.77.GRE 


2:21.45 






'■A 




1:0526 




22 PetraChaves.78.P0R 


2:21.52 







23 Alenka Kejzar.79.SL0 

24 Natasha Kejzar,76,SL0 

25 Pavla Chraslova,79,CZE 

26 Tina Gretlund.78.DEN 

27 Samantha Nesbit,82,GBR 

28 Maria Pelaez,77,ESP 

29 Martina Nemec,76,AUT 

30 Agnese Ozolina,79,LAT 
400 M IND. MEDLEY 19) 



Marco Chiesa 



2:22.12 
2:22.94 
2:23.21 
2:23.31 
2:23.90 
2:2405 
2:24.12 
2:27.99 
Prelims 



Michelle Smith-De Bruin,69,IRL4:48.75 
Yana Klochkova,82,UKR 4:47.52 
Hana Cerna,74,CZE 4:47.58 
Sabine Herbst,74,GER 4:50.45 
0xanaVerevka,77,RUS 4:48.70 
Beatrice Coada-Caslaru,75,ROM4:52.35 



Lourdes Becerra,73,ESP 451.19 

8 Natalia Kozlova.75,RUS 4:54.60 
B Final 

9 Cathleen Rund,77,GER 4.55.53 

10 Samantha Nesbit.82,GBR 4:54.95 

11 Pavla Chrastova,79,CZE 4:55.95 

12 Yseult Gervy,79,BEL 4:56.29 

13 Ekaterini Sarakatsani,77,GRE 4:55.82 

14 Martina Nemec,76,AUT 4:59.06 

15 Maria A Bardina.80.ESP 4:55.80 

16 Tina Gretlund,78,DEN 4:56.20 
Prelims 

scr Britta Veslergaard,75,DEN 4:56.02 

18 Nadege Cliton,78,FRA 5:01.10 

19 Petra Chaves,78,P0R 5:02.06 



Final 
4:42.08 
4:43.07 
4:44.05 
4:44.87 
4:47.59 
4:48 73 
4:50.47 
4:52.92 

4:50.84 
4:51.25 
4:54.99 
4:55.70 
4:56.65 
4:56.86 
4:57.04 
5:00.76 



Final 
4:07.73 



4X100 MEDLEY RELAY (Aug 23)Prelims 

1 Germany.GER 4:12.00 
1 02 45 Antje Buschschulte, 1 10 24 Sylvia Gerasch, 
1 :00 41 Kalrin Meissner. 54.63 Sandra Volker 

2 Russia.RUS 4:12.60 4:09.04 
1:02.46 Olga Kochetkova. 1:11.45 Olga Landik. 

1 :00 08 Svetiana Pozdeeva, 55.05 Natalia Mesheryakova 

3 Great Britain.GBR 4:13.80 4:10.31 
1:03.41 Sarah Price, 1:10.11 Jaime King, 

1 :01.07 Caroline Foot, 55 72 Karen Pickering 

4 ItalyJTA 4.13.84 4:12.50 
1:04.78 Francesca Bissoli, 1:10.42 Manuela Dalla Valle, 
1:00.49 Maria Tocchini. 56.81 Cecilia Vianini 

5 Netherlands.NED 4:13.68 4:1269 
1:03.92 Suze Valen, 1:10.57 Madelon Baans, 

1:01.57 Wilma van Hotwegen, 56.63 Manon Masseurs 

6 France.FRA 4:14.71 4:13.20 
1:03.19 Roxana Maracineanu, 1:11.98 Karine Bremond, 
1 :01 .42 Cecile Jeanson, 56.61 Solenne Figues 

7 Hungary.HUN 4 14.96 4:14.10 
1 04.78 Anna Nyiry, 1 :07.97 Agnes Kovacs, 
1:03.50 Edit Klocker, 57.85 Katalin Revesz 

8 Belgium.BEL 4:16.83 4:15.14 



1 :05 28 Sabine van Dooren, 1:10.12 Brigitte Becue, 
1:02.90 Fabienne Dulour, 56.83 Liesbet Dreesen 
Prelims 

9 Slovenia.SLO 4:18.26 

10 Spain.ESP 4:20.22 

11 Romania.ROM 4:20.79 

12 Denmark.DEN 4:26.80 

4X1 00 FREE RELAY (Aug 21 ) Prelims Final 

1 Germany.GER 3:45.14 • 3:41.49 
56.17 Kalrin Meissner, 55.60 Simone Osygus, 
55.63 Antje Buschschulte, 54.09 Sandra Volker 

2 Sweden.SWE 3:46.40 3:43.69 
56.10 Louise Johncke, 55.95 Joselin Lillhage, 
55.86 Therese Alshammar, 55.78 Malin Svahnstrom 

3 Russia.RUS 3:47.71 3:44.72 
56.93 Svellana Lestiukova, 54.97 Natalia Mesheryakova, 
56.23 Inna Yaitskaya, 56.59 Nadezdha Chemezova 

4 Great Britain.GBR 3:48.75 3:45.83 
56.34 Susan Rolph, 56.49 Claire Huddart. 
57.62 Janine Belton, 55.38 Karen Pickering 

5 Denmark.DEN 3:49.30 3:46.74 
57.28 Sophia Skou, 55.48 Mette Jacobsen, 
56.36 Mia Muusleldt, 57,62 Berit Puggaard 

6 Netherlands.NED 3:48.01 3:47.05 
56.46 Wilma van Hotwegen, 56.73 Angela Postma, 
56.97 Manon Masseurs, 56.89 Suze Valen 

7 ItalyJTA 3:49.59 3:48.97 

57.05 Cecilia Vianini, 57.75 llaria Tocchini, 

57.06 Viviana Susin, 57.1 1 Luisa Striani 



Spain.ESP 3:48.68 
56.91 Claudia Franco 
Prelims 

9 Slovenia.SLO 3:50.69 

10 Romania,ROM 3:54.09 

11 Switzerland.SUI 3:54.46 
Belgium.BEL disq 

4X200 FREE RELAY (Aug 19) Prelims 

1 Germany.GER 8:11.15 



disq 



Final 
8:03.59 



Germany.GER 
2:01 .23 Dagmar Hase, 2:03.23 Janina K. Gotz, 
2:00.39 Antje Buschschulte, 1:58.74 Kerstin Kielgass 

2 Sweden.SWE 8:13.19 8:04.53 
2:00.62 Louise Johncke, 2:00.40 Josefin Lillhage, 
2:02.30 Johanna Sjoberg, 2:01 .21 Malin Svahnstrom 

3 Denmark.DEN 8:13.56 8:07.26 
2:03.08 Brirt Raaby, 2:02.02 Berit Puggaard, 
2:00.76 Mette Jacobsen, 2:01 40 Ditte Jensen 

4 Romania.ROM 8:15.18 8:08.49 
2:01.51 Camelia Potec, 2:02.73 Simona Paduraru, 
2:03.49 Lorena Diaconescu, 2:00.76 Luminita Dobrescu 

5 Great Britain.GBR 8:13.44 8:09.44 
2:01.72 Claire Huddart, 2:02.42 Jessica Craig, 
2:03.34 Janine Belton, 2:01 .96 Karen Pickqering 

6 Netherlands.NED 8 18 88 8:11.49 
2:02.06 Carla Geurts, 2:04.79 Minouche Smit, 
2:02.78 Wilma van Hotwegen, 2:01 .86 Kirtsen Vlieghuis 

7 France.FRA 8 15 43 8:11.93 
2:02.97 Solenne Figues, 2:02.27 Laetitia Choux, 
2:03.84 Ingrid Boyrre, 2:02.85 Helene Ricardo 

8 ItalyJTA 8:18.73 8:18.28 
2:03.20 Cecilia Vianini, 2:05 88 Luisa Striani, 
2:03.89 Anna Simoni, 2:05.31 Caterina Borgato 

Prelims 

9 Spain.ESP 82162 

10 Switzerland.SUI 8:28.77 



MEDAL TOTALS 

Country 



Gold Silver Bronze 



Germany 
Russia 



Netherlands 
Ireland 
Great Britain 
Hungary 

8 Spain 

9 Belarus 

10 Sweden 

11 France 

12 Denmark 

13 Ukraine 

14 Slovakia 

15 Poland 

16 Israel 

17 Czech Republic 

18 Belgium 

19 Romania 

20 Finland 
Totals 



32 32 32 



Total 
19 
12 
5 
5 
4 
6 
4 
3 
3 
6 
6 
3 
7 
3 
2 
1 
3 
2 
I 1 
1 

96 



25 



SWIMNEWS/ SEPTEMBER 1997 



COLWIN ON SPORT HISTORY 



WHATEVER HAPPENED TO AMATEURISM? 

FINA, the once-fierce guardian of amateurism, now governs a 
sport in which its leading athletes are full-time professionals 



Cecil M. Colwin 

For most of this century, FINA, the international governing 
body of amateur swimming, enforced strict rules of ama- 
teurism. There were any number of "no-no's," infringe- 
ment of which would have made you a professional, and, as 
such, a pariah and "a lesser breed without the law." 

Now, suddenly, poof!, amateurism has vanished, and 
we behold the strange spectacle of FI NA actually governing 
a sport in which the leading athletes are almost all full-time 
professionals. Indeed, FINA now promotes meets for prize 
money around the globe almost year-round. Avery 
Brundage, one of the chief anti-professional inquisitors of 
all time, must be turning in his grave. After 100 years, the 
wheel has turned full circle. 

How the times have changed. The other day, Ron 
Masters, writing in iheSydney Morning Herald '("Taxman 
hits Olympians." August 21, 1997), said that "adecision by 
the Australian Tax Office to tax grants from the Federal 
Government to Australian Olympians has thrown the entire 
athlete support system for the 2000 Sydney Games into 
disarray." Apparently, the Australian Tax Office had rede- 
fined the term "professional," rendering all income accru- 
ing to a professional athlete liable to tax. 

As a result, the Australian Sports Commission was "at 
a loss to define a professional as opposed to an amateur." 
Said executive director, Jim Ferguson: "It may come down 
to deeming a professional as someone who undertakes 
sport to earn a living, as opposed to an athlete who might 
ear some winnings from time to time." Rather like being 
a little bit pregnant! 

A few days later, also in the Sydney Morning Herald 
("Drug cheats face new rules," September2, 1997),Glenda 
Korporaal described how no less an august organization 
than the European Union had ruled that athletes "are 
professionals who have a right to work." The EU said that 
four-year bans for drug taking are too long. Even if a ban 
is reduced to two years, the EU suggested that athletes 
should be given more flexible penalties, such as being 
allowed to train during their period of disqualification. 
There you have it: in this enlightened age, we now have 
"restraint of trade laws" in the once pristine strongholds of 
amateurism. 

The Myth of "Ancient Amateurism" 

Wheredid the concept of amateurism come from in the first 
place? The restoration of the Olympic Games in Athens in 
1896 w;is said to have brought with it a revival of what was 
supposed to be "the classical ideal of amateurism." But this 
was not based on fact because no ancient Greek would even 
have understood the idea, so foreign was it to antiquity and 
the ancient Olympics. The money aspect was in fact a red 



herring. The real distinction was between upper class Eng- 
lish gentlemen, who sometimes dabbled a little in sport on 
the side, and the professional who was the socially inferior 
son-of-toil who participated for the money. (Hodge, 1988) 

In the ancient Olympic Games, the athletes competed 
for prizes. These prizes were simple at first but eventually 
the winners had all sorts of gifts and privileges showered 
upon them, both on the spot and even more so when they 
returned home. And, atOlympia, the scene of the Ancient 
Olympic Games, on the north side of the Altis, there were no 
fewer than twelve Treasure-Houses (would this number 
suffice the modern IOC?), which contained the dedicated 
gifts and thanks-offerings for Olympian victories gained by 
citizens of the Greek states. 

The word "amateur" certainly did not originate in 
ancient Greece but was first used in France during the reign 
of Louis XIV (1643-1715) to denote a connoisseur of the 
fine arts. The temi was first recorded in Britain in 1784, also 
with reference to appreciation of the polite arts of painting 
and music. 

The earliest use of the term "amateur" in sport re- 
ferred to gentleman amateurs as ring-side spectators at 
prize fights. The distinction in British sport between an 
amateur and a professional was not so much financial as 
social; for example, in 1831, the Oxford and the Leander 
Clubs rowed at Henley for the sum of 200 pounds a side, yet 
there was no question of professionalism. 

Such sportsmen underlined theiramateurismbyshow- 
ing that, unlike artisans, they could well afford to lose. 
Conversely, a blatant example of class distinction as the 
basis for amateurism came as late as 1871, when the 
Henley committee declined a local entry for the Wyfold Cup 
on the grounds that the crew included people who were, or 
had been, mechanics, artisans, and labourers. This was not 
a question of their having rowed for money hut merely that 
they were not "gentlemen amateurs." 

With the formation of Football Association ( 1863) and 
the Amateur Athletic Club (1866), sport ceased to be a 
gentleman 'spreserve. Though mixed games of players and 
gentlemen had been successfully played in cricket for over 
a century, the "gentleman amateurs," now merely ama- 
teurs, reacted against this: since they could no longer apply 
social sanctions they resorted to monetary ones, By 1880 the 
distinctions between amateurs and professionals had gen- 
erally become a financial one. 

FINA Adopts the English ASA Rules 

In the mid 19th century, the future of the newly-formed Ama- 
teur Swimming Association of Great Britain was in jeopardy 
because many good swimmers preferred to compete for money 
and other prizes. However, the A.S.A. eventually was able to 
enforce their amateur definition throughout the country. 



The success of the A.S.A. in enforcing their new ama- 
teur rules resulted in such fine swimmers as T. Cairns, Joey 
Nuttall, W. Evans, S. W. Greasely, J. H. Tyers, and Dave 
Billingtonbeingdeclared professionals. These great swim- 
mers had held most of the championships from 100 yards 
to 1 mile, and Cairns, Nuttall, Tyers, and Billington were 
world famous. Theirbanishment was hailed as a victory for 
amateurism.butperhapsitwasalsoavictoryforexclusivism. 

At the London Olympics, 1908, the president of the 
English A.S.A. was asked to draw up an Olympic Swimming 
Code. He was assisted in this by another Englishman, 
William Henry, and Max Ritter (U.S.A.), and Hjalmar 
Johansen (Sweden). Because the representatives of ten 
nations (England, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, France, 
Ireland, Finland, Hungary, Belgium, and Wales) were 
participating in the Olympic meeting in London, George 
fleam decided to use the opportunity to form an interna- 
tional swimming association with a set body of rules. Thus 
it was that F.I.N.A. (Federation Internationale de Natation 
Amateur) was formed, and its rules were based on the model 
of the English A.S.A. 

Exclusivism and the Origins of "Amateurism" 

In 1967 Dr. Wildor Hollmann, the prominent German 
sports physician and long-time president of the Interna- 
tional Federation for Sports Medicine (FIMS) visited the 
International Olympic Academy at Olympia on the day of 
its annual inauguration, "with King Constantine himself 
in attendance." (Hoberman, 1995) 

"Naively assuming that the Academy was an open 
forum for thinking about the past, present, and future of the 
Olympic movement, Dr. Hollmann expresssed the view 
that, in the not-too-distant future, the Olympic Ideal itself 
would eventually fall victim to the logic of development 
inherent in theprofessionalization and commercialization 
of elite sport. The words were hardly out of his mouth before 
Dr. Hollmann was engulfed in a storm of indignation, 
during which an Italian member of the IOC declared that 
merely expressing such thoughts was in his view nothing 
less than a desecration of this holy site. " (Hoberman, 199S) 

Much has been said and written about de Courbetin's 
"revival" of the Olympic Ideal as being part of the games 
of antiquity. But, in reality, the ancient Olympics were not 
rei 7/ vd but re-invented, then presented to the youth of the 
world in a version more suitable for modern consumption. 
There was just enough hoopla about the Sacred Olympic 
Ideal of Ancient Greece to capture their imagination; the 
panoply of the opening and closingceremonies, the lurling 
and unfurling of the Olympic Flag, the grand of swelling 
musical harmony, the release of the doves of Peace, the 
relay of the Sacred Torch, the lighting of the Sacred Olym- 
pic Flame, the taking of the Sacred Oath of Amateurism, the 
marathon, etc., etc. 

All told, this was harmless stuff, and the Olympic 
motto Cilius, altius, fortius /Taster, higher, stronger) 
nevertheless inspired the youth of the world to better per- 
formances. Yes, by and large, bringing the youth of the 
world together in clean competition, and in a spirit of what 
used to be called "sportsmanship" was a wonderful devel- 
opment -if only we can ignore the fact that the so-called 
"Olympic Movement" has never really been a democratic 



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OOfillltiUOH 

Vvunling to Jennings (19%): Wlien de Couberlin 
tunned he International Olympic Committee, the first 
fifteen members indiKkil five European nobles and two 
generals, the rest wre wealthy bourgeois. "Between 1894 
and the tum 0/ the century Couberuii added ten more 
pnrm, counts and barons. — From then until 1914 thirty- 
five more toffs graciously accepted imitations to run the 
people s Games. Among them was Couberti n 's successor as 
president of the committee. The Belgian Henri de Baillet- 
1 Jtour— a Count, of course." 

The IOC elects its members for life, and it is a unique 
organization in that its members do not represent their 
countries but are delegates from the committee to their 
countries. Work that one out! 

Furthermore, members may not accept from other 
organizations or from their governments any instructions 
that may bind them or interfere with the independence of 
their votes. This means that 
the president of any affiliated 
international sports federation 
may not be invited to be a mem- 
ber of the IOC unless that per- 
son agrees not to accept in- 
structions to the IOC from his/ 
her own international federa- 
tion! In such an instance, the 
obvious question here is: Who 
is "binding" whom?One'sown 
federation or the IOC? 



( )t course, in the West, as elsewhere, many a top athlete; 
found ways and means to cheat the system. But, despite the 
hyp win ol "shamamateurism," practised In man) indi 
viduals and nations, an amateur (lames remained the 
corner stone of de Courlx'tin's "Olympism." 

The Marketing Event of the Century" 

The strict rules of Olympic amateurism wen; abandoned 
through the sheer expediency of saving the (lames. Thebig 
losses sustained by the organizers of the 1976 Montreal 
Olympics, said to be close to $ 1 billion, put the future of the 
( Hympics in jeopardy. This wasn't helped by the boycott of 
the 19X0 Moscow daincs. protesting the Soviet invasion of 
Afghanistan, lead by the USA and a number of other 
nations, which, in turn, was followed by a Soviet retaliatory 
boycott of the 1984 (lames in Los Angeles, the only city to 
have applied for the 1984 (lames. 

The 1984 Olympics, the first free-enterprise Games, 



"Gentlemen of Means" 

Baron de Couberti n was influ- 
enced by the English concept of 
characterdevelopment through 
sport, which originated in the 
English Public Schools. The 
idea of a few amateur athletes 
participating in heavy training 
in a training camp originated 
more than 100 years ago when 
the Oxford and Cambridge row- 
ingcrews trained together for as 
long as six hours daily, in a 
highly disciplined regimen. 



They were gendemen of means 
and had the private financial resources to be able to do so. 

When intensified training in groups for prolonged 
periods was extended to the broad masses "hands were 
raised in horror and the cry of 'profession al ism ' rent the ai r. 
It was only when the butchers and bakers, clerks and 
bricklayers, the plumbers and engineers — especially those 
of Eastern Europe — applied the Oxbridge formula for 
sport that the Cardinals of international sport protested." 
fReardon, 1978.) 

After World War II came the advent of the state "ama- 
teur." In the former Soviet Union and other Eastern Euro- 
pean countries, sport was conducted under government 
political control. Every permitted activity had a political 
significance, and, in reality, there was no distinction 
between professional and amateur. (Reardon, 1978) 



The Amateur Rules Were Strict 

Noone was allowed tocompete, coach, or officiate for money. Neithercouldyou 
demand or receive excessive or improper expenses. Selling or pawning prizes were 
also against the amateur laws. 

No amateur could compete against professionals, participate in radio or 
television broadcasts that advertised any product, capitalize on athletic fame by 
endorsing products, or sell or solicit the sale of sporting goods, prizes, trophies, etc., 
used chiefly in connection with sports. 

Reimbursement of out-of-pocket expenses, incurred while travelling, was 
limited to a fewdollars perday. Not longago, there was a rule that restricted travelling 
to swim meets outside of one's country, apart from major international games, to 30 
days in any one year. 

From the beginning of the modern Olympic Games, a continuous and well- 
policed effort tried to stem the tide of professionalism. Prior to the Games, each 
nation al body was requi red to certify on a special form, countersigned by the National 
Olympic Committee, that each competitor was an amateur. Each athlete had tosign 
a personal declaration that one had never been a professional in any sport. 

The great all-round athlete, Jim Thorpe lost his amateurstatus and forfeited the 
Olympic medal he won in Stockholm in 1912, because he admitted having played 
professional football. Other great athletes deprived of their amateur status based 
upon proof of havingdemandedoracceptedpaymentin the guise of grosslyexcessive 
"expenses" were Paavo Nurmi of FinlandJulesLadoumege of France, GunderHagg 
and Arne Andersson of Sweden, and Wess Santee of the United States. The latter's 
attempt, by court action, to enjoin the Amateur Athletic Union from enforcing its 
rules pertaining to amateurism was emphatically rejected by the Supreme Court of 
the state of New York, on May 1 5, 1956. 



produced a $225 million revenue surplus. In 1985 the IOC 
started a worldwide marketing system called the Olympic 
Programme (TOP) in which sponsorshipsor licencing fees 
were sold to companies for $US 5 million. In this respect, it 
is interesting to note that Rule 1 1 of the Olympic Charter 
states that: "The Olympic Games are the exclusive property 
of the IOC which owns all rights relating thereto, in particu- 
lar, and without limitation, the rights relating to their 
organization, exploitation, broadcasting and reproduction 
by any means whatsoever." 

Sponsorship revenues for the Los Angeles Summer 
Olympic Organizing Committee were $US42 million, and 
b;. tlic :><;oijI Olympics 1988, sponsorship revenues reached 
$200 million. By 1992 in Barcelona, commercial sponsor- 
ship zoomed to $420 million, and in Atlanta in 1996, 



together with income from joint marketing ventures with 
the U.S. Olympic Committee, the total revenue was ex- 
pected to be a whopping $750 million. No longer was the 
Olympics solely a competitive arena for athletes, but also 
the place where the world's leading companies met in 
another type of competition. Advertising Age magazine 
said that the Atlanta Olympics had become known as the 
marketing event of the century." 

Cheapening the Product? 

The question arises: Is the commercialization of sport 
cheapening the product? Take for example the increasing 
number of activities. The number of Olympic events has 
doubled in the last 50 years, and, in more recent years, the 
Olympics have been commercialized to the extent that even 
ballroom dancing has been added to the 2000 Sydney 
Olympics, undoubtedly because of its large TV following. 

The IOC has turned their "Games of Ancient Greece" 
i n to a media event, even to the extent that there is no longer 
room for such sports such as the modem pentathlon. 
Instead, in addition to ballroom dancing, professional 
basketball and professional tennis have been admitted, and 
there has even been a sustained effort on behalf of profes- 
sional golf. Of course, the criterion is MONEY and value to 
sponsors. 

What are the changes brought about by Samaranch's 
vision? Now there is hardly room at the Olympic Games for 
other than full-time professional athletes. The "amateur" 
sports are being squeezed out. More and more, no longer is 
it the coach who controls the athletes' activities but rather 
their agents, business managers, and public relations per- 
sons. The place of Sport as part of our culture will suffer 
because, unless there is nearly full-time dedication to 
training, there can be no thought of Olympic participation. 
In large measure, the incentive for many a promising 
athlete who wishes to strike a balance between academia 
and sport, and who wishes to prepare for a careertf/fer sport, 
has effectively been removed. 

Some Questions for the Future 

Will athletes, and their coaches, call for a greater share of 
the gigantic Olympian profits? After all, they are the leading 
players in what constitutes the greatest sporting extrava- 
ganza on the planet. And, on a more sombre note: will the 
prospect of greater financial rewards increase the tempta- 
tion to join the ever-growing number of drug cheats? Will 
there be more unannounced drug testing? Will the testers 
finally get ahead of the chemists? Will the IOC come right 
out and acknowledge that doping is far more prevalent 
than they care to admit? Or would such an admission be 
bad for their corporate image, as well as that of their 
commercial partners? 

The Demise of Amateurism 

The ancient Games had always been connected to some 
religious event; some say they started as funeral rites to the 
gods, and it was not until the fourth century tliat they were 
held in honour of a living person. Few human enterprises 
have lasted as long, and perhaps this was because of the 
connection with religiosity, of one sort or another; the 
"sacred" ancient games lasted from about 776 B.C. to 



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Professional Coaches Were Ostracized 

Although the FINA rules only stipulated who could or couldn't compete as an 
amateur, in many countries, the amateur rules were used to exclude paid coaches from 
the governing bodies of swimming and from official coaching assignments with 
international teams. This was despite their contribution to most of the sport's technical 
knowledge, and their development of the great swimmers of this century. Instead, they 
were often openly criticized for having the audacity to make money out of sport. 

In several countries, professional coaches always travelled to national and inter- 
national meets at their own expense to assist their swimmers. Often their swimmers were 
handed over to amateur managers on the eve of important international meets, and 
theircoaches weren't allowed near them. When the swimmers did well, some managers 
were apt to take credit for their success, but when the swimmers performed below 
expectation, their coaches were blamed. In stark contrast was the progress made in the 
United States, where career coaches were officially recognized as a welcome and integral 
part of their swimming organization. 

A classic case of discrimination against professional coaches, widely noted in the 
world media at the time, was the treatment by their national governing body of four of 
the world's finest coaches, who were chiefly responsible for the dramatic resurgence of 
Australian swimming at the Melbourne Olympic Games in 1956. 

Coaches Sam Herford and Frank Guthrie (both now deceased) , and Harry Gallagher 
and Forbes Carlile were appointed professional coaches, prior to the start of the 1956 
Games. In the six months preceding the Games, they trained the Australian team at 
special camps in Townsville, Brisbane, and Sydney. At these venues, while still in 
training, their charges continually broke world records. In fact, they practically rewrote 
a good part of the world record book. But when these much-heralded swimmers arrived 
in Melbourne for the start of the Games, their coaches were told that "unfortunately, 
passes to the pool deck could not be obtained for professionals. " Neither were they able 
to stay in the Olympic Village at Heidelberg, and "much contact with their swimmers 
was cut off." 

A.D.394 when the Christian Emperor Theodosius put astop to them. The love of the athletic 
body, call it "athleticism" if you will, which was praised in art, music and literature, and 
which was probably an important part of the early Olympics, was eventually adulterated 
by a narrow and greedy desire for victories, primed by an atmosphere of corruption and 
commercialism. Thus it was that nobody seemed unduly miffed when the Roman Emperor 
called a halt to the entire affair. 

Is it possible that history could be in the midst of its usual process of repeating itself? 
There are many who feel that many aspects of the Modem Olympics are likewise becoming 
irretrievably corrupted. 



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1997 CANADA GAMES 



MOST SWIMMERS HAD A GREAT TIME 

DIFFICULT CONDITIONS ARE MINOR IRRITATION 



Katharine Dunn 

BRANDON — Perhaps the Manitoba organizers were paying homage to the first 
Canada Summer Games when they chose Brandon's six-lane facility for the 
swimming competition. 

A six-lane pool in 1969 is one thing, but in 1997? When Brandon's pool was 
selected for the 1997 Canada Summer Games, many people reacted by asking, "Why 
are swimmers being shortchanged yet again?" 

"The Canada Games people talked about building a new pool or tearing out the 
far wall and expanding the existing one, but (these options cost) too much money," 
said Myles Tycholis, managing director of Swim Manitoba and the swimming 
venue's media liaison. A new facility or even a major construction job can cost a 
fortune, and amateur sport doesn't have a fortune to spend. Not only that, said 
Tycholis, but when Brandon was chosen as the site of the '97 Games, SNC minimum 
standards required only a six-lane pool for competitive swimming. Games organ- 
izers did, however, find enough money to build a new track and a field hockey field. 

Suffice it to say, the facility was imperfect. 

Besides having only six lanes (thus cutting four swimmers out of a second swim 
in every race), the pool was shallow and lacked warmdown space. And no one, 
besides coaches and officials, was permitted on the pool deck. Swimmers were 
relegated to a converted hockey rink adjacent to the pool, where they watched their 
teammates race via big-screen TVs. There, they sprawled out on mats and could fall 
asleep in the darkness that was necessary to see the racing. From the stands above, 
the swimmers resembled flood victims forced out of their homes and into a 
communal space. "The meet is like 'virtual swimming,'" noted one athlete, 
referring to how removed they were from the actual pool. 

Because of all these factors, many coaches believed the competition would be 
slow before the meet even began. Some felt the pool setup was blatantly unfair. 

"The meet is being held here and not in Winnipeg because they wanted to give 
the swimmers a Games experience," growled one angry coach on the first day. "But 
they aren't getting a Games experience at all. 1 think the swimmers are about 1 5th 
on the (organizers') list of priorities." 

But elite swimmers are no strangers to challenges Most athletes not only 
expected the pool to be much worse than it was, they actually liked it. 

"I think it's agreat facility. I'm really surprised," saidAlbertabackstroker Jason 
Brockman. "It was supposed to be not the best in the world but I really like it." 

"The water temperature is perfect, the lane lines are perfect," he said. And as for 
the stadium? "The darkness makes me relax and get mentally prepared. You have 
the opportunity to do what it takes for you to reach your optimal performance." 

Organizers did do what they could to make the best of a potentially awful 
situation. Construction work was done in the locker rooms, the pool lining was 
replaced, the deck surface was redone and the walls were painted Several stationary 
hikes were put in the hockey rink for swimmers to use to warm down. There were no 
major officiating mishaps. And despite the logistical difficulty for the media in 
getting to swimmers after their races, Myles Tycholis was tremendously organized 
and helped in any way possible. 

As for the "Games experience," most swimmers said they had a great time. 

"If I did my best time (at nationals) I would have won and gone to Pan Pacs," 
said Ontario breaslstroker Jason Hint. "But that means I wouldn't be here, so il 
worked out that I probably had a better time here. I'm happy." 



SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1997 



DAY 1, AUGUST 12 



Where art uV swimmers'" was itif avurringquery on day 
uoe IV stamfc>. usually filled with an assortment of ath 
leies, parents and devoted fans, had only enough space to 
house proud parents Licli team was allotted a finite 
number of memiuiR' passes so that some swimmers could 
watch their teammates race "liw." It ;dl took some getting 
used to, so on day one, everyone seemed a hit cautious 
Times todav weren't great, although in<«sl funds were a 
tight race to the finish. 

One exception was the women's 200 fly . won by home- 
province favorite Sara Mroubaie of Winnipeg, in a time of 
2: 16.80, ahead of Ontario s |ud\ Koonslra who faded in die 
last 10 metres and was second with 2:18.10. 
Day 1 (.anies record 

Men s 100 back: 57.47 Sean Sepulis (ON) (heat) 
betters old record of 57.76 Mark Versfeld, AB, 1993 

Profile: Sara Mroubaie 

Swimming is very important to Sara Mroubaie. It 
may be vital, in fad 

Eighteen months ago. Almubaie was struck by viral 
meningitis and nearly died. But at Canada Games, she 
was struck by something else: gold medals. 

(The virus) came on really quick," she said. "The 
doctors said if I hadn t have been swimming and been 
strong, I probably wouldn't have made it" 

When she was in the hospital, Mroubaie was deter- 
mined to get back in the pool. This fighting spirit may 
have been the impetus behind her quick recovery. It 
certainly helped her at her f i rst Canada Games, where the 
Winnipeg native won three gold medals, in the 100 and 
200 fly and the 200 1.M. and one silver, in the 400 1.M.. 

I think (the illness) made me stronger because I 
had to start all over from scratch," she said. "My first 
practise back I did something like five 200s and that's it" 

Mroubaie believes that focussing 
on her stroke technique helped her win 
Canada Games gold. 

In the back of my mind I knew 
that I could do well," said the 16-year- 
old of her first win in the 200 fly. "I just 
really wanted to work on my technique 
and basical ly work on tryi n g to bu i I d the 
race." 

Mroubaie was undoubtedly the star 
of Team Manitoba in week one. But this 
issrxrethmgtherrKxkstswimmerwould 
have balked at had someone predicted it 
prior to the meet 

Definitely, I'd say that they were 
crazy," she said earnestly. "With each 
medal I was more and more surprised. 
I probably would have laughed" 



In the past, physically disabled swimmers haven't had 
the opportunity to compete alongside their able-bodied 
peers. This is changing, however, with the emergence of a 
sport first" philosophy that considers aperson'sdisability 
.is secondary to athletic ability Six provinces were repre 
si iiicd in Brandon by young swimmers with a disability 
(SWAD), and several leftwith Canadian records. Manysuch 
swimmers are fully integrated into able-bodiedclubs, where 
they can lienefit horn larger training groups and more 
competition, 

Profile: Stephanie Dixon 

Who's ever heard of a national record holder having 
only one year of competitive swimming experience? Meet 
Stephanie Dixon. 

She's only been a swimmer since September of 1996, 
but Dixon is already one of Canada's best swimmers with a 
disability. "1 had been wanting to swim for a while but I 
never really got around to it," she said of her late start. 
"Finally, I talked to my mom about it and we went and 
checked it out. I enjoy it a lot" 

On day one, the 1 3-year-old Ontario swimmer won her 
best event, the 100 backstroke, with atimeof 1:21.72, giving 
her both a Canadian record and 'A' carding. (She was 
slightly faster in the morning with 1:21 .69.) She left Brandon 
with one gold, one silver, and three bronze medals. 

"It feels great," said Dixon of her backstroke win. "I 
planned on 'B' carding. When I saw my time I was just so 
excited." 

Dixon, who was bom with one leg, has adisability level 
of S9 in backstroke events. (The functional classification 
has a scale of one to 10, with one referring to the least 
functional ability and 10 referring to the most) 

The Brandon Games were her first all-sport experi- 
ence, and an excited Dixon could barely contain her 
enthusiasm. "(The Games) are awesome!" she beamed. 
"With the TVs and cameras everywhere, it's just been the 
best" And Dixon is one athlete who has no problem with the 
lack of deck space for the swimmers. 

"I don't mind it," she said. "I would mind a bunch of 
people on deck after I'm swimming because I wouldn't be 
able to move." 



DAY 2, AUGUST 13 



The men's 1 00 free was swept by BC swimmers Graham 
Duthie and Robert Pettifer. 

It was one heck of a summer for Graham Duthie. 

After a stellar rookie season at Simon Fraser University 
(SFU), the sprinter should have easily made the Canada 
Games team. But things didn't go as planned. 

"I was in a car accident six weeks out of nationals. A 
guy ran astop sign at 70 km/hr and my car was a write-off," 
said Duthie. "They figured the airbag saved my life. I 
missed three weeks of swimming and had a rough nation- 
als. 1 made the Canada Games in adesperationswimonthe 
last night." 

It's lucky for Team BC that he did make it. Duthie won 
medals in every race he swam in Brandon: gold in 100 free 
and 4x200 free relay; silver in 4x50 free, 4x100 free, and 
4x100 M.R.. 

These recent victories may be a natural progression for 
the 19-year-old swimmer who swept the 50, 100, and 200 
free in the NAIA conference last season, making him NAIA 
swimmer of the year. 

But there wasn't only a car accident setting him back. 
Duthie's coach, Liam Donnelly, was involved in a sexual 
harassment scandal at SFU that nearly cost him his job and 
left him suspended for most of the summer. Duthie, "left 
scrambling" without acoach, relocated to Edmonton where 
he trained with his old club in the weeks leading up to 
nationals. 

"It was a really rough summer," he said. "It was 
mentally really tough." 

Finishing the summer with Canada Games medals 
helped put Duthie back on track so he can focus on his 
second year at SFU. 

"It'samentalboostwinningtwogolds,"hesaid."Now 
I'm better prepared and mentally definitely tougher." 

Another of the day's standout swimmers was 13-year- 
old Melissa Dyson of Mberta. Despite her age, and the fact 
that she was entered last going in the 100 breast final, Dyson 
displayed the confidence of a much more experienced 




Manitoba's Sara Alroubaie, won 100-200 fly, 200 1.M., silver for 400 1.M. 



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swimmer. It was no surprise that Dyson placed second in the 
event, in 1:1331, to Quebec's Lucy Mae Smith who swam 
1:12.50. "I was mainly trying to stay focussed and think 
about racing and having fun," said Dyson after her swim. 
Canada Games record 

Men's 100 breast: 1:04.64 Jason Flint (ON) (heat) 
betters old record of 1 :05.20 Jean Nicolas Poirier (QC) 1993 

Profile: Philippe Gagnon 

He may be classified as a disabled swimmer, but in the 
water Philippe Gagnon displays anything but dis-ability. 

Gagnon left the Canada Games with two world records, 
three Canadian records, four golds and a silver. 

"I came to the meet thinking I could get a world 
record," said the confident 17-year-old after the lOOfree. "I 
think I can do it in the 50 free, too!" (And he did). 

Gagnon smashed world records in both the 50 and 100 
free. His time of 55.21 in the 100 was more than two seconds 
faster than the old record, and his swim would have placed 
him 1 1th overall in the men's able-bodied event. 

In Canadian competition, disabled swimmers often 
all race in the same heat regardless of their disability 
classifications. That's simply because there aren't enough 
athletes in each class to fill a separate heat. Event winners 
are awarded based on points earned on the SWAD world 
performance charts. So Gagnon, whose class 10 disability 
level means he has the most functional ability (he was born 
with deformed feet and his left foot has minimal mobility) , 
raced against swimmers of mostly lower disability classes in 
Brandon. But the lack of competition in the sprint-free 
events doesn't bother Gagnon. 

"With more competition I would swim faster," he said, 
"but I push myself to the maximum and I'm used to 
swimming alone. With the TVs and newspapers here, it's 
fun. They give me energy. It's great.' 



DAY 3, AUGUST 14 




Four medals for Quebec's Karine Legault 



Fifteen-year-old Shauna McNally of Alberta was a 
standout in the backstrokes, coming from behind to win 
both the 100 and 200. In the 200 back, she was in thirdplace 
at the 1 00, but toughed it out and came back to win by less 
than a 10th in 2:20.06. "I try to negative split it," she said 
of her 200 strategy. "I try to go out smooth and bring it 
home really hard." McNally swam the backstroke leg of 
Alberta's gold medal winning 4x100 medley relay. 

Ontario's Matthew Leaker won the 200 back in 2:06.72. 
Behind at the 100, Leaker put it together in the second half 
to beat Brockman. " I was out slower than this morning," he 
said. "So I said 'I have 100 metres to catch the guy.' I took 
a look next to me underwater and just went for it. It was an 
all out last 100." 

Profile: Jason Brockman 

He had it. The 200 backstroke was his. I looked up 
from my notebook only to copy his winning time off 
the board. Butwait: Jason Brockman'sfingertipswere 
reaching, stretching for the wall, and in that brief 
moment, he was out-touched by Ontario's Matthew 
Leaker for the gold. 

"It was somewhat of a disappointment but it was 
a major learning experience," said Brockman after 
the race. "I think I learned more from losing that race 
than had I won it." 

Turning bad situations into "learning experi- 
ences" has become a habit for Brockman. Minutes 
after his 200 backstroke final, he stepped up and 
swam "a really good split" in the 4x100 free 
relay. 

"I just found out that, don't worry about it, 
don't dwell on things that are negative," he 
said of his thoughts after the 200 back. 

The 18-year-old Calgary swimmer had a 
similar experience at summer nationals where 
he expected to get carding in the backstrokes. 

"I buckled mentally. I tried way too hard, 
(thinking) 'I gotta do this, I gotta get carded,'" 
he said. "It just threw me off track and ruined 
the whole thing but I learned from it." 

So Brockman arrived in Brandon with 
more modest goals. Instead of focussing on the 
outcome — winning and getting carded — he 
took the meet one swim, and one day, at a time. 

"Basically I came in here not expecting a 
whole lot, just having fun and trying to get 
some more experience," 

That's something Brockman sees as ben- 
eficial in the long run. 

"With all the other teams surrounding 
you, it's really hard to get focussed," he said. 
"But this is what the Olympics are going to be 
like so it's a really good learning experience." 



Marco Chiesa 



DAY 4, AUGUST 15 



The night began with a tremendous win in the wom- 
en's 800 free by Quebec swimmer Karine Legault. Her time 
of 9:01 .51 was seven seconds ahead of Ontario's Tanya 
Hunks and was a personal best for the 19-year-old. 

"I went out slower than at Nationals but my time was 
faster," she said. "I tried to keep the rhythm and the 300 
pace." 

Legault won four medals in Brandon: another gold in 
the 200 free, and two silvers, in the 400 free and the 4x200 
free relay. Legault may come by her talent naturally. Her 
brother, Hugues, competed in the 1 993 Canada Games, and 
went on to make it to the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. Is he an 
inspiration to her? 

"No, not really," she smiled. "He's my brother. But I 
really admire him (having) gone there." 

Legault went to Atlanta to watch Hugues compete and 
says the Canada Games aren't that far off from the Olym- 
pics. 

"I went to the village when my brother went and on a 
smaller scale it's the same (as the Canada Games)," she 
said. "If he can do it, I can do it!" 

The men's 200 1.M. was won by John Stamhuis who 
won a medal of every color on the last night of competition. 
The B.C. swimmer helped his team to a silver in the 4x100 
M.R., and was third in the 200 breast. "I went out fast in the 
fly and back and tried to hold on strong at the end because 
I knew most of these other guys have a stronger back end 
than I do," he said after his 200 1.M. win. 

"It worked out a lot better than I thought," said 
Ontario swimmer Jason Flint. 

That was the feeling of many coaches and swimmers 
at the meet's end. 

Flint's Canada Games were outstanding. He won three 
gold medals in the 100 and 200 breast, and in the 4x100 
M.R. He also broke (and helped his relay break) Canada 
Games records in all three events. 

"Finishing up on that relay was probably one of the 
best experiences I've ever had," he said, grinning. "We 
brought home that gold in style." 

Although Flint's times weren't personal bests, he says 
that doesn't matter at this competition. 

"That's the good thing about Canada Games," he 
said. "You're just racing the guy beside you and if you win, 
you win." 

Canada Games Records bettered on the last day 
Men's 200 IM: top three finishers broke the record 
but it belongs to John Stamhuis (BC). His time of 2:08.10 
bettered the old record of 2:08.62 David Bowie (AB) 1989 
Men's 50 free: 23.48 Simon MacDonald (ON) 
betters his own record from heats, 23.59- Both records 
bettered the old record of 23.74 Jean-Francois Trottier (QC) 
1989 

Men's 200 breast: 2:19-19 Jason Flint (ON) bet- 
tered the morning swim of 2:22.02, Michel Boulianne 
(QC). Both times under the old record of 2:22.95 Jean 
Nicolas Poirier 1993 

Men's 4x 1 00 MR top three teams broke the record 
but it belongs to Team Ontario. Time of 3:49.70 betters old 
record 3:55.20, set bv another Ontario team in 1985. 



SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1997 



33 



RESULTS 



in; CAAADA GAMES 




SrjnXn MB. Aug 12-15 (50 M) 
• - CjtjlS} ujnvs ntcotd 




MED 

*) METRfS FREESTYLE 


Prelims 


1 Swvfi HMDbmH, 1 8.0N 


•23.59 


1 RutwtPiSMH20.BC 


2431 


3 Gordon VMcner.19.A8 


2426 




24 59 




24 54 




24 64 


7 OateMartfund.21.QC 


24 74 


8 P*i Marshall 18.BC 


24 80 


9 EtcGatta.fi 17 ON 


24 77 




2506 




2505 




2504 


100 METRES FREESTYLE 


Prelims 




5337 


2 Robert PeQifer20.BC 


54 08 


3 Ajoandre P>cnefte.20,QC 


5405 


4 SranMacOonaM.l8.ON 


53 05 


5 Josh Ballem20.Pt 


53 57 


6 ScoORood.19.SK 


53 78 


BRM 




7 Yanradi Demers20.0C 


5428 


8 BronEdey.17AB 


54 23 


9 Jasai8rodonan.18.AB 


54 43 


10 EncGabscti.17.0N 


54 35 




54 75 




5517 


200 METRES FREESTYLE 


Prelims 




1:56.11 




1:56.63 


3 Andrew Munro.19.0N 


1:5715 


4 OwnMacGregof.l9.MB 


1:5700 


5 MarkRjtcne.19.AB 


1:57.33 


6 Joseoh-P Richard20.QC 


1:55.99 


8 Final 




7 8nanEdey.l7.AB 


1:57.34 


8 Scott Ftood.19.SK 


1:5793 


9 EntGaosch.17.0N 


1:57.76 


10 Charte-E. Goyette.17.QC 


1:57.54 




1 5777 




1:58.83 


100 METRES FREESTYLE 


Prelims 




4:06.82 


2 Josepn-P Rich3rd20.QC 


4:05 91 


3 DanLee21.0N 


4:07.77 


4 Sebasti«nGuefard2l.QC 


4:08.66 




40628 


6 RyanKessey.i7.SK 


4:0922 


7 Andrew MacOonald21.0N 


4:10.26 


8 Scott Flood.19.SK 


4:11.51 


9 Michael Pinder.18.AB 


4:1283 


10 MaffiwWalter.l7.NB 


4:13.78 




4:1002 


12 MartRfchie.19.AB 


4:14.44 



1500 METRES FREESTYLE 

1 Sam L2wson.18.BC 



Final 
• 23 48 

23 97 
24.17 

24 35 
2447 

24 60 

24.71 
2486 

25 22 
25.22 
2527 
2539 
Final 
5247 

52 70 
5315 
5329 

53 46 
53 91 

53.47 
53.53 
53.76 
54.01 
55 35 
55.66 
Final 
1:55.33 
1:55.96 
1:56.05 
1:57.18 
1:57.53 
1:58 04 

1:57.69 
1:57.74 
1:57.80 
1:57.93 
1:59.50 
2:02.97 
Final 
4:03.78 
4:04.06 
4:06.26 
4:07.69 
4:08.25 
4:08.34 



4:09.25 
4:11.28 
4:1130 
4:11.33 
4:11.63 
4:15.04 
Time Final 
16:00.92 
16:07.89 
16:11.18 
16:13.59 
16:30.54 
16:31.11 



7 Michael PinrJer.18AB 


16:36 80 




8 KBaiiey.17.HS 


16:43.87 




- a 


1653.88 




HI M3tSewWalter.17.NB 


16:54.87 




11 httbeTennent.17.NF 


1659.12 






17:03.68 




100 METRES BACKSTROKE 


Prelims 


Final 




58 47 


5782 


2 Jason Brcckrnan.l8.AB 


5820 


57.82 


3 Sean Seoults20.0N 


• 57.47 


57.96 


4 i.e»2r<Jre P ; cherfe20.0C 


'■Air, 


58.19 


5 ChrsSartridge.l7.BC 


5821 


58.26 


6 Michael Knignt,19/B 


59.12 


58.62 


B Final 






7 JarnteWhrfe.l9.0N 


59.88 


59.94 


8 Vincert Loti«jx21.QC 


1:00.17 


1:00.16 


• HryVa-y* 'SBS 


1:0054 


1:00.26 


•'. - '8 US 


1:0239 


101.48 


11 Jean-P.GowfJy20.PE 


1:01.43 


101.68 


12 ^er Myers 19.MB 


10251 


1:02.72 



200 METRES 8ACKSTR0KE 

1 '.*•'- .\ Leaher.20.0N 

2 Jason B10ckm3n.l8.AB 

3 Jamie White.19.0N 

4 FiedencSavo.17.QC 

5 Michael Knighi.19.AB 

6 Chris Sawbiidge.17.BC 
B Final 

7 JeH Bailey. 17.NS 

8 Alexandre Pichette.20,QC 

9 Andrew Cho.19.BC 

10 Andrew While. 19.NB 

11 Jean-P Gowdy,20.PE 

12 Riley Janes.17.SK 

100 METRES BREASTSTR0KE 

1 Jason Flinl.20.0N • 

2 Michel Boulianne.19.QC 

3 John Stamhuis.18,BC 

4 David Schulze,17.0N 

5 Michael Wylie.20.BC 

6 Guillaume Filion.18.QC 
B Final 

7 Richard Millns.19,AB 

8 Gordon Valcher.19,AB 

9 Aaron Lee,17.NF 

10 Michael Weber, 16.MB 

11 Colin Slruthers,18,NB 

12 Stephen Exner.17.SK 

200 METRES BREASTSTR0KE 

1 Jason Flinl,20,ON 

2 Michel Boulianne,19,QC • 

3 John Stamhuis.18.BC 

4 David Schulze,17,0N 

5 Jeremy Jaud,20,BC 

6 Kevin Dupuis,19,NS 
B Final 

7 Guillaume Filion,18,QC 

8 Aaron Lee,17,NF 

9 Colin Struthers.18.NB 

10 Marcus Blouw,17,MB 

11 Chris Grimes,17,NF 

12 Gordon Vatcher,19.AB 
100 METRES BUTTERFLY 

1 Douglas Browne,18,0N 

2 Yannick Demers,20,QC 

3 Mark Welty,17,AB 

4 Bo Simpson,20.AB 

5 EricGabsch,17,0N 

6 Josh Ballem.20,PE 
B Final 

7 Charles-E. Goyelte,17,QC 

8 Peter Marshall,18,BC 

9 Matthew McDonald,20,NS 

10 Andrew Cho.19,BC 

11 Kevin Dupuis,19,NS 

12 Steven Demchuk,15,SK 
200 METRES BUTTERFLY 

1 SebastienPoulin.17,QC 

2 Douglas Browne,18,ON 

3 Andrew Cho,19.BC 



206.81 
209.68 
2:11.34 
2:08.45 
2:09.11 

2:11.90 
2:13.21 
2:11.74 
2:13.92 
2:15.05 
2:13.26 
Prelims 
1:04.64 
1:05.34 
1:05.93 
1:06.72 
1:07.16 
1:06.23 



07 68 



09.03 
1:09.28 



4 Shawn Van Hoof.20.0N 

5 Matthew Henderson,18,AB 

6 BoSimpson,20,AB 
B Final 

7 Kevin Dupuis,19,NS 

8 Jefl8ailey,17,NS 

9 Joe Melton,18,BC 

10 Shawn Fuchs,17,SK 

11 Karim Abdulla.14,SK 

12 Frederic Savo,17,QC 
200 METRES IND. MEDLEY 

1 John Stamhuis.18,BC 

2 David Allard,17,QC 

3 Jeremy Jaud,20,BC 

4 Owen MacGregor,19.MB 

5 Dallas Dyson.17,AB 

6 Kevin Dupuis.19,NS 
B Final 

7 David Schulze,17,0N 

8 Jamie White,19,0N 

9 Jean-P. Gowdy,20.PE 

10 Vincent Lemieux,21,QC 

11 Matthew Henderson,18,AB 

12 Kevin Doiron,17,SK 
400 METRES IND. MEDLEY 



3 Joe Melton.18.BC 

4 Shawn Van Hoof,20,ON 

5 Jeremy Jaud,20,BC 

6 Sebastien Guerard,21,QC 



Prelims 
2:23.73 
' 2:22.02 
2:22.11 
2:24.06 
2:24.68 
2:25.62 

2:25.89 
2:30.45 
2:28.37 
2:29.63 
2:30.88 
2:33.92 
Prelims 
58.06 
57.44 
58.02 
58.23 
57.98 
57.88 

59.52 
58.29 
58.89 
59.03 
1:00.75 
1:00.98 
Prelims 
2:06.63 
2:08.71 
2:07.48 
2:08.28 
2:09.19 
2:09.73 

2:10.33 
2:10.80 
2:12.60 
2:13.10 
2:16.78 
2:13.57 
Prelims 
2:09.86 
2:10.49 
2:08.96 
2:10.48 
2:1035 
2:10.22 

2:10.83 
2:11.81 
2:11.72 
2:14.65 
2:16.18 
2:14.81 
Prelims 
4:35.61 
4:33.72 
4:35.54 
4:37.91 
4:34.80 
4:37.53 



Final 

2:06.72 
2:06.82 
2:08.73 
2:09.98 
2:11.10 
2:13.88 

2:11.15 
2:12.97 
2:13.33 
2:14.20 
2:14.53 
2:30.77 
Final 
1:04.78 
1:05.14 
1:05.41 
1:06.22 
1:07.12 
1:07.21 



1:07.83 
1:07.89 
1:08.08 
1:0892 
1:09.89 
1:10.10 
Final 
• 2:19.19 
2:22.38 
2:23.21 
2:23.43 
2:26.23 
2:27.49 

2:23.90 
2:29.43 
2:31.39 
2:31.44 
2:32.56 
2:35.59 
Final 
57.16 
57.26 
57.31 
57.35 
57.37 
57.97 

58.16 
58.37 
58.40 
59.40 
59.88 
1:01.62 
Final 
2:06.21 
2:07.23 
2:07.62 
2:07.75 
2:09.90 
2:12.79 

2:09.85 
2:10.29 
2:10.35 
2:14.28 
2:14.34 
2:14.35 
Final 
2:0810 
2:08.35 
2:08.60 
2:09.08 
2:10.27 
2:10.67 

2:11.50 
2:11.83 
2:13.76 
2:14.24 
2:15.21 
2:15.72 
Final 
4:30.43 
4:32.64 
4:32.65 
4:35.11 
4:36.64 
4:38.06 



B Final 






7 fWiiH AiiirH 17 nr* 

r uavio AiiarG, i f,uo 


4:39,45 


4:36.64 


o Dallas Dyson, u, Ad 


4:40.51 


4:37.55 


Un W\\o nn 1 O AD 

y lan wiison,io,AD 


4:43.94 


4:41.58 


Ifl Ipan-P Rnuuriu 9(1 PF 
iu Jcciii r. uuv»ijy,iU,rL 


AAA "H 




11 Andre Coulurier.16.NB 


4:45.55 


4:46.69 


12 Marcus Blouw, 17, MB 


4:46.35 


4:46.99 


4X100 MEDLEY RELAY 


Prelims 


Final 


1 Onlario.ON 


3:55.57 


• 3:49.70 



•<K Id Si'.in Squills 1 112 'IH Jason I Iml 
56.14 Doug Browne, 52.12 Simon MacDonald 

2 British Columbia.BC 3:58.55 3:54.09 
58.34 Chris Sawbiidge, 1 05.63 John Stamhuis, 
58.18 Peter Marshall, 51 .94 Graham Duthie 

3 Quebec.QC 3:5909 3:54.38 
59.63 Alexandre Pichelte, 1 :05.56 Michel Boulianne. 
57.03 Yannick Demers, 52.16 Charles-E. Goyette 

4 Alberla.AB 

5 Nova Scotia.NS 

6 Saskatchewan,SK 

7 Newfoundland, NF 

8 Manitoba.MB 

9 New Brunswick.NB 

10 North West Territories.NT 
Prince Edward Island, PE 

4X50 FREE RELAY 

1 Onlario.ON 
24.26 Jamie White, 24.64 Andrew Munro, 
23,28 Eric Gabsch, 23.14 Simon MacDonald 

2 British Columbia.BC 1:36.67 1:35.67 
24.25 Robert Pettiler, 23.97 Peter Marshall, 

24.16 Jeremy Jaud, 23.29 Graham Duthie 

3 Quebec.QC 1:36.16 1:35.85 
24.79 Charles-E. Goyelte, 2369 Yannick Demers, 
24.05 Alexandre Pichelte 23.32 Charles Marchand 



3:57.30 


3:55.52 


4:07 22 


4:04.53 


4:03.78 


4:06.96 


4:07.36 




4:09.40 




4:09.54 




5:04.13 




disq 




Prelims 


Final 


1:36.08 


1:35.32 



4 Nova Scotia.NS 

5 Alberta.AB 

6 Saskatchewan.SK 

7 Prince Edward Island, PE 

8 New Brunswick.NB 

9 Newfoundland, NF 

10 Manitoba.MB 

11 North West Territories.NT 
4X100 FREE RELAY 

1 



1:38.40 1:36.28 
1:36.55 1:36.72 
1:38.97 1:39.26 
1:39.27 
1:40.63 
1:40.76 
1:41.41 
1:59.47 

Prelims Final 

3:33.03 3:30.73 



Onlario.ON 

53.39 Eric Gabsch, 52.80 Andrew MacDonald, 
52.86 Andrew Munro, 52 68 Simon MacDonald 

2 British Columbia.BC 3:34.70 3:32.17 
53.52 Robert Pettiter, 53.43 Peter Marshall, 

53.70 Jeremy Jaud, 51 .52 Graham Duthie 

3 Quebec.QC 3:33.64 3:32.49 
53.91 Vincent Lemieux, 52.94 Charles-E. Goyette, 
52.67 Yannick Demers, 52.97 Charles Marchand 

4 Alberta.AB 

5 Saskatchewan.SK 
Nova Scotia.NS 

7 Prince Edward Island, PE 

8 Manitoba.MB 

9 New Brunswick.NB 

10 Newfoundland, NF 

11 North West Territories.NT 
4X200 FREE RELAY 

1 British Columbia.BC 
1:56.10 Graham Duthie, 1:54.83 Robert Pettiter, 
1 :56.68 Tim Peterson, 1 :54.94 Simon DeJong 

2 Ontario.ON 7:47.68 7:44.80 
1 55.52 Andrew MacDonald. 1 56.04 Eiic Gabsch, 
1:56.09 Dan Lee, 1:57.15 Andrew Munro 

3 Quebec.QC 7:55.44 7:47,15 
1 58.58 Sebastien Guerard, 1 55.97 Charle-E. Goyette, 
1 5755 Frederic SavO, 1 55.05 Joseph-P. Richard 



3:38.22 


3:32.75 


3:40.16 


3:37.29 


3:39.70 


disq 


3:40.37 




3:43.28 




3:43 59 




3:45.05 




4:20.03 




Prelims 


Final 


7:55.27 


7:42 55 



4 Alberta.AB 

5 Saskatchewan.SK 

6 New Brunswick.NB 

7 Newfoundlands 

8 Nova Scotia.NS 

9 Manitoba.MB 

10 Prince Edward Island, PE 



7:59.66 7:56.06 

8:00.02 759.04 

8:09.23 8:11.65 
8:11.14 
8:1358 
8:19.32 



WOMEN 






50 METRES FREESTYLE 


Prelims 


Final 


1 Chrissy MacAulay,14,0N 


27.10 


27.09 


2 Janet Cook,18.SK 


27.49 


27.35 


3 Inger Rooneem,20,BC 


27.42 


27.48 


4 Ashley Gibson,16,ON 


2759 


27.58 


5 Julie Tardif,19,QC 


2753 


27.73 


6 Michelle Poirier,14,AB 


27.87 


27.99 


B Final 






7 Genevieve Gregoire,16,QC 


27.93 


27.36 


8 Andrea Leroy,15,BC 


28.20 


28.17 


9 Kerry Miles,18,AB 


28.42 


28.39 



10 Victoria Lally,14,NB 

11 Amanda Mlodzinski,20,MB 

12 Elizabeth Weis,15,NS 
100 METRES FREESTYLE 

1 Marsha Hamilton,19,AB 

2 Janet Cook,18,SK 

3 Shelley Babin,17,0N 

4 Ashley Gibson,16,ON 

5 Tara Brock,20,QC 

6 Kerry Miles,18,AB 
B Final 

7 Amanda Marin,20,SK 

8 Andrea Leroy.15,BC 

9 Julie Tardif,19,QC 

10 Inger Rooneem,20,BC 

11 Kaili Stewart.15.MB 

12 Victoria Lally,14,NB 
200 METRES FREESTYLE 

1 Karine Legault,19,QC 

2 Marsha Hamilton,19,AB 

3 Cara Lachmuth,19,AB 

4 Tanya Hunks,16,QC 

5 Sara Alroubaie,16,MB 

6 Suzanne Drodge, 17, NF 
B Final 

7 Jaime Theriault,16,0N 

8 Angela Stanley.1 7.BC 

9 Christen Johnson, 16.SK 

10 Ariadne Legendre,20,QC 

11 Janet Cook,18,SK 

12 Elizabeth Weis,15,NS 
400 METRES FREESTYLE 

1 Tanya Hunks,16,0N 

2 Karine Legault.19.QC 

3 Julie Gravelle,17,0N 

4 Cara Lachmuth.19,AB 

5 Tara E. Sloan.15.QC 

6 Angela Stanley,17,BC 
B Final 

7 Catrin Jones,18,BC 

8 Suzanne Drodge, 17, NF 

9 Shauna Conrad,16,NS 

10 Elizabeth Weis,15.NS 

11 Marsha Hamilton,19,AB 

12 Christen Johnson,16,SK 
800 METRES FREESTYLE 

1 Karine Legault,19,QC 

2 Tanya Hunks,16,0N 

3 Cara Lachmuth.19,AB 

4 Julie Gravelle,17,0N 

5 Tara E. Sloan,15,QC 

6 Catrin Jones,18,BC 

7 Shauna Conrad.16.NS 

8 Danielle Bell, 14.BC 

9 Suzanne Drodge,17,NF 

10 Jenny Scott,17,AB 

11 Leah Murrin,13,NF 

12 Marissa Wallace,15,NB 
100 METRES BACKSTROKE 

1 Shauna McNally,15,AB 

2 Genevieve Noiseux,17,QC 

3 Sarah Lo,16,ON 

4 Amanda Marin,20,SK 

5 Julia Wright,16,AB 

6 Cynthia Graton,19,QC 
B Final 

7 Kaili Stewart, 15, MB 

8 Kristen Schneider,16,SK 

9 Lesley Spada,20,ON 

10 Katy0liver,15,BC 

11 Emily Binkley,17,BC 

12 Victoria Lally,14,NB 

200 METRES BACKSTROKE 

1 Shauna McNalty.15.AB 

2 Genevieve Noiseux,17,QC 

3 Amanda Marin,20,SK 

4 Julia Wright,16,AB 

5 Tracy Archer, 14.SK 

6 Emily Binkley,17,BC 
B Final 

7 Kaili Stewart,15,MB 

8 Kimberly Kerr,20,0N 

9 Diana Bate,18,BC 

10 Lesley Spada,20,ON 

11 Karen Tattersall,18,NS 

12 Cynthia Graton,19,QC 

100 METRES BREASTSTROKE 

1 Lucy Mae Smith,15,QC 

2 Melissa Dyson,13,AB 

3 Kristy Cameron.16,ON 

4 Josee Dubois,19,BC 



28.33 
28.65 
29.00 
Prelims 
59.63 
5959 
59,79 
59.80 
59.86 
59.81 

1:00.69 
1:00.19 
1:0057 
1:00.53 
1:01.34 
1:01.11 
Prelims 
2:08.18 
2:08.20 
2:07.84 
2:08.58 
2:09.13 
2:08.90 

2:09.41 
2:11.01 
2:10.81 
2:11.78 
2:1051 
2:10.89 
Prelims 
4:30.99 
4:25.36 
4:30.68 
4:30.29 
4:33.05 
4:31.98 

4:33.48 
4:36.61 
4:37.17 
4:37.55 
4:34.94 
4:37.14 



28.45 
28.66 
28.73 
Final 
58.90 
59.24 
59.49 
5957 
59.96 
1:00.35 

1:00.00 
1:00.36 
1:00.48 
1:00.49 
1:00.54 
1:01.74 
Final 
2:07.25 
2:07.50 
2:07.51 
2:07.95 
2:08 58 
2:09.91 

2:08.70 
2:08.70 
2:08.83 
2:09.15 
2:09.62 
2:10.16 
Final 
4:23.25 
4:23.36 
4:26.25 
4:28.02 
4:3251 
4:37.27 

4:28.80 
4:3152 
4:33.17 
4:34.10 
4:38.07 
4:42.30 
Time Final 
9:01.51 
9:08.49 
9:10.09 
9:14.02 
9:17.68 
9:17.92 



9:21.30 
9:22.66 
9:23.57 
9:35.41 
9:3753 
9:41.22 
Prelims 
1:06.10 
1:06.16 
07.60 
06.97 
07.36 
07.32 



1:07.66 
1:07.78 
1:07.71 
1:08.17 
1:08.48 
1:10.23 
Prelims 
2:21.88 
2:22.48 
2:23.24 
2:23.16 
2:25.88 
2:25.71 

2:26.69 
2:27.17 
2:2616 
2:27.70 
2:26.88 
2:30.44 
Prelims 
1:13.60 
1:14.66 
1:14.62 
1:14.27 



Final 
1:06.12 
1:06.29 
1:06.33 
1:06.49 
1:07.03 
1:47.34 

1:07.39 
1:07.53 
1:07.58 
1:07.67 
1:08.20 
1:09.41 
Final 
2:20.06 
2:20.15 
2:20.50 
2:22.27 
2:27.05 
2:27.06 

2:25.25 
2:25.39 
2:27.66 
2:27.90 
2:30.31 
2:3164 
Final 
1:1250 
1:13.31 
1:13.42 
1:13.76 



34 



SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1997 



5 Sarah Lo,16,ON 

6 Courlenay Chuy,12,BC 
B Final 

7 ichelle Porrier,14.AB 

8 rista Morrison,18,NB 

9 racy Storrier,20,SK 

10 ueGirard,17,MB 

11 ulie Tardif.19.QC 

12 oily Seto,16.NS 

200 METRES BREASTSTROKE 



Kristy Cameron,16,ON 
Lucy MaeSmitti,15,QC 
Sarah Lo,16,0N 
Serena McGibbon,16,BC 
Josee Dubois,19,BC 
Melissa Dyson, 13.AB 
B Final 

7 Kelly Doody,17,AB 

8 Ariadne Legendre,20,QC 

9 Tracy Storrier,20,SK 

10 Laurie Green,16,NF 

11 Daniella Garotoli.1 7.MB 
SueGirard,17,MB 

100 METRES BUTTERFLY 



Sara Alroubaie.16.MB 
Melissa Lallamme,15,QC 
Judy Koonstra,17,0N 
Valerie Mesplier,18,QC 
Melissa Hubley,15,NS 
Sarah Stansbury.1 5.AB 
B Final 

7 Janet Cook,18,SK 

8 Kellie Rolston.16,BC 

9 Molly Seto,16,NS 

10 Kelly Doody,17,AB 

11 Sarah Gill.16.SK 

12 Emily Aubie.14.NB 
200 METRES BUTTERFLY 



Sara Alroubaie, 1 6.MB 
Judy Koonstra,17,ON 
Tanya Hunks, 16.0N 
Melissa Laflamme,15.QC 
Sophie Emond,18,QC 
Kellie Rolston,16,BC 
B Final 

7 Stephanie Hughes,18,NS 

8 Jenny Scott,17,AB 

9 CatrinJones,18,BC 

10 Molly Seto,16,NS 

11 Tracy Archer,14,SK 

12 Suzanne Drodge.1 7.NF 
200 METRES IND. MEDLEY 



Sara Alroubaie.1 6.MB 
Ariadne Legendre,20,QC 
Kristy Cameron,16,ON 
Dena Durand.16.0N 
Kelly Doody,17,AB 
Stephanie Hughes,18,NS 
B Final 

7 Andrea Leroy,15,BC 

8 Molly Seto,16.NS 

9 Lucy Mae Smilh.15.QC 

10 Amanda Marin,20,SK 

11 Lisa Mensink.20.AB 

12 Josee Dubois,19,BC 
scr Krista Morrison,18,NB 
400 METRES IND. MEDLEY 



Tanya Hunks,16,0N 
Sara Alroubaie.16,MB 
Kelly Doody,17,AB 
Ariadne Legendre.20,QC 
Stephanie Hughes,18,NS 
Dena Durand,16,0N 
B Final 

7 Lucy Mae Smith,15,QC 

8 Josee Dubois,19,BC 

9 Tracy Archer.14.SK 

10 Krista Morrison,18.NB 

11 Leah Murrin,13.NF 

12 Ana0ldershaw,19,SK 
scr Andrea Leroy,15,BC 
4X100 MEDLEY RELAY 

1 Alberta.AB 



114 05 
1:14.07 

1:1710 
1 1589 
1:16.56 
1:17.46 
1:1693 
1:1765 
Prelims 
238.55 
239.17 
2.42 76 
2:4174 
2 40 03 
2:44.03 

2:45.11 
2:45.12 
2:4413 
2:4849 
24998 
2:45 85 
Prelims 
1 04 78 
105.20 
1 04 50 
1 05 09 

1 04 87 
1:04.65 

1:05.27 
06 92 
06.98 
06.25 
07.32 
0791 
Prelims 
2:18.10 
2:17.17 
2:19.08 
2:20 08 
2:18.89 
2:21.82 

2:22.68 
2:24 51 

2 22 80 
2:25 32 
2:27.46 
2:25.23 
Prelims 
2:25.89 
2:25.05 
2:25.15 
2:25 90 
2 25 39 
2:25.86 

2:26.50 
2:26 57 
2:27.06 
2:3040 
2:29.18 
2.27 94 
2.29.38 
Prelims 
502.65 
5 05 04 
5:06.77 
5:04.03 
508 56 
5:02 07 

5:13.03 
5:12 52 
51637 
51613 
5:20 70 
5 20 90 
51730 
Prelims 
4 25 72 



113.77 

1 13 80 

1:15.62 
1:1606 
1:16.57 
1:17.57 
11796 
1 19 46 
Final 
238.10 
23822 

2 3966 
2 40 89 
2:4122 
2:41.31 

2:42.69 
2:43.46 
2:43.71 
2:4956 
2:49 74 
disq 
Final 



04 09 
04 25 
04 50 
04.53 
04 63 
04 85 



04 28 

05 70 
05 82 
06.55 
07.62 

1:07.77 
Final 
216 80 
2:1810 
2:1907 
2:19.58 
2:20.75 
2:21.51 

2:20.40 
2:22.42 
2.23.28 
2:25 05 
2 21,31 
2:28 55 
Final 
2:22.98 
2:23.13 
2:23 38 
2:23.77 
2 24,27 
2:2598 

2:2512 
2 27 83 
2:2940 
2:30 90 
2:3281 
2:37,56 

Final 
5:00.59 
5:01.29 
5:0318 
5:03.53 
5 09 73 

disq 



1:06 35 Shanua McNally, 1 13 85 Melissa Dyson, 
1:03 42 Sarah Stansbury, 58 28 Marsha Hamilton 
Ontario.ON 4.26.54 4 22 49 

1 07 37 Sarah Lo, 1 13 72 Krisly Cameron. 
1 03 1 4 Judy Koonstra, 58 26 Ashley Gibson 
Quebec.QC 428.24 4:22.78 

1:06.66 Genevieve Noiseux. 1 1431 LucyM.Smilh, 
1 03.92 Melissa Laflamme. 57 89 Tara Brock 



4 British Columbia.BC 

5 Saskalchewan.SK 
Manitoba, MB 

7 Nova Scotia.NS 

8 Newfoundlands 

9 New Brunswick.NB 

10 Prince Edward Island, PE 

11 North West Terrilories.NT 
4X50 FREE RELAY 

1 



4,2699 
4:29 97 
4:3322 
43539 
4:36,10 
4.44 59 
5:01.12 
5:2124 
Prelims 
1 48 43 



4 24 50 
431.29 
disq 



Final 
1 4742 



Quebec.QC 

27 15 Genevieve Gregoire, 27 58 Valerie Mesplier, 

26 39 Julie Tardif. 26 30 Tara Brock 

Ontario.ON 1 4843 1 47 62 

27 89 Sarah Lo. 26 86 Shelley Babin. 

26 86 Ashley Gibson, 26 01 Chrissy MacAuley 
Alberta.AB 1 4962 1 4981 

27 74 Kerry Miles, 2767 Kelly Doddy, 

26 86 Marsha Hamilton, 27 54 Michelle Poirier 



British ColumbiaBC 
ManitobaMB 
Saskalchewan.SK 
Nova Scotia.NS 
Newfoundland, NF 
New Brunswick.NB 



10 Prince Edward Island, PE 

11 North West Terrilories.NT 
4X100 FREE RELAY 

I 



1:52.32 
1:53 00 
1:5167 
1 5301 
1:53 92 
1 54 74 
2:0240 
2:0522 
Prelims 
3:59.25 



1 50 97 
15107 
15115 



Final 
3 5684 



Quebec.QC 
59 97 Julie Tardit, 58 89 Ariadne Legendre, 
1 00 36 Sophie Emond, 57 62 Tara Brock 
Alberta.AB 3:59 13 358 37 

1 00 56 Michelle Poirier, 59 29 Marsha Hamilton, 
59 76 Kerry Miles, 58 76 Cara Lachmuth 
Ontario.ON 40067 3:5849 

59.31 Ashley Gibson. 1:00.19 Jaime Theriault, 
5999 Sarah Lo, 59 00 Shelley Babin 



British Columbia.BC 
Saskalchewan.SK 
Manitoba, MB 
Nova Scotia.NS 
New Brunswick.NB 
Newfoundland, NF 

10 Prince Edward Island, PE 

11 North West Terrilories.NT 
4X200 FREE RELAY 

1 



4:0057 
4:05 26 
4:05.56 
405 57 
4.09.45 
4:1135 
4:31 68 
4:36.01 
Prelims 



4 00 71 



1 1.12 99 



Fm,il 



Ontario.ON 8:38 78 8:34.49 

2:08.75 Ashley Gibson, 2:09 50 Jaime Theriault, 
2 08 83 Tanya Hunks, 2:07 41 Julie Gravelle 
Quebec.QC 8:41 66 8:3490 

2.11 27 Tara Brock, 2.07.54 Valerie Mesplier, 
2 10.21 Ariadne Legendre, 2:05 88 Karine Legault 
Nova Scotia.NS 8:42.78 8:35.40 

210.01 Shauna Conrad. 2:09.36 Molly Seto, 
2 08 10 Elizabeth Weis, 2:07.93 Stephanie Hughes 



Saskalchewan.SK 



8:48.57 8: 



35 hi, 



5 British Columbia.BC 




844 65 


83990 


6 Manitoba, MB 




904 46 


9:11.80 


7 New Brunswick.NB 




9:06.79 




8 Newfoundland, NF 




9:08 99 




Alberta.AB 




disq 




North West Terrilories.NT 


disq 




MEDAL TOTALS 








Prov Gold 


Silver 


Bronze 


Total 


Ontario 13 


6 


13 


32 


Quebec 6 


12 


7 


25 


British Columbia 6 


7 


6 


19 


Alberta 4 


5 


6 


15 


Manitoba 4 


1 




5 


Saskatchewan 1 


2 


I 


4 


Nova Scotia 


1 


1 


2 


34 


i4 


34 


|Q2 



Highlights from each province and territory 

Prince Edward Island 

• Josh Ballem, 20, qualified for three A-finals (50/100 free, 100 fly) . His highest placing 
was 4th in the 50 free. Ballem swims for the University of New Brunswick 

New Brunswick 

• Victoria Lally, 14, qualified for two B-finals (50/100 free) . She placed 10th for 50 free. 

• Krista Morrison, 19, 8th 100 breast, 10th 400 1.M. 
Nova Scotia 

• first medal ever in a women's relay at Canada Games: 4x200 free bronze, swimmers 
were Shauna Conrad, Molly Seto, Elizabeth Weis, Stephanie Hughes. 

• Kevin Dupuis, 19, won silver in 400 1.M., 6th 200 1.M., 6th 200 breast. Dupuis won the 
200/400 IM, and was 2nd in 200 breast at 1997 L.C. junior nationals. 

• two medals in total. 
Newfoundland 

• Suzanne Drodge, 17, 6th 200 free, 8th 400 free, 9th 800 free. 
Quebec 

• Lucy Mae Smith, 1 5, gold 100 breast, silver 200 breast, bronze 4x100 M.R.; Smith won 
the 100 breast at '97 Youth Champs. 

• Genevieve Noiseaux, 17, silver 100 and 200 back, bronze 4x100 M.R. 

• 25 medals in total. 
Ontario 

• Tanya Hunks, 16, gold 400 free, 400 IM, 4x200 free relay; silver 800 free; junior 
national team member 

• Jason Flint, 20, gold 100/200 breast, 4x100 M.R.; Canada Games records in all three 

• Team Ontario overall winner in swimming. 

• 32 medals in total. 
Manitoba 

• Sara Alroubaie, 16, gold 100/200 fly, 200 IM, silver 400 IM 

• Owen MacGregor, gold 400 IM. 

• five medals in total; last Canada Games only won one bronze. 
Saskatchewan 

• Riley Janes, 17, gold 100 back; junior national team member; sister and Canada 
Games alumnus ('93) Rikki Janes in the stands cheering him on 

•Janet Cook, 18, silver 50/100 free. 

• four medals in total. 
Alberta 

• Shauna McNally, 15, gold 100/200 back, 4x100 M.R. 

• Marsha Hamilton, 19, gold 100 free, 4x100 M.R.; silver 200 free. 

• Jason Brockman, 18, gold 100 back; silver 200 back; junior national team member 

• 15 medals in total. 
British Columbia 

• Robert Pettifer, gold 4x200 free relay; silver 50/100/200 free, 4x50 free, 4x100 free 

• Sam Lawson, gold 400/1500 free. 

• Courtney Chuy, 12,6th lOObreast. Chuywas the youngestswimmerin the competition 
and is only in her second full year of training. She won the 100 breast at 1997 Youth 
Champs and was second in the 200 breast. 

• 19 medals in total. 

Yukon and Northwest Territories 

• Gina Ursich, 17, 14th 50 free. Ursich, a Whitehorse native, trains in Saskatoon. 




British Columbia's distance 
swimmer Sam Lawson won 
400 and 1500 freestyles 



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Poor call: U Canada G ames the meet announcer read 
the results off the electronic board before officials gave him 
the green lighttodoso. In one of the relay prelims, unaware 
that two teams would be disqualified, the results were 
annouced without the dq's. Officials rescinded the dq's, 
explaining once a result has been announced it's official, 
preventing a seventh place team from advancing to finals. 
It happened more than once, much to the dismay of 
agrieved provincial team coaches. 

30 Year Reunion: The Oakville Aquatic Club is 
hosting a 30 year reunion of past and present members 
at the Richview Golf and Country Club, 2204 Bronte 
Road, from 4-6 pm on October 25, 1997. Current 
members would be honoured if you could attend. 
Please RSVP (905) 842-0903, before October 13. 

The issue that just won t go away: Forbes 
Carlile, member of the World Swimming Coaches 
Association (WSCA) Anti-Doping Committee reports 
that the American Coaches are determined that retro- 
spective recognition and restitution of Olympic and 
World Championship medals won by Americans and 
other nations' swimmers be made, even if more than 
20 years after the event. 

Carliie has just attended the American Swim- 
ming Coaches Association annual convention where 
he talked with coach activists pressing for action by 
FINA, the world governingbodyforswimming. Ameri- 
cans have suffered most from illegal drug use by the 
East German athletes for at least 1 5 years. "There is a 
perceived reluctance by FINA and by the IOC to dig 
back into the past, but American coaches are not 
letting the matter of justice for cheated swimmers 
drop. 

"Show us the evidence" FINA and the IOC have 

said. 

If the copious information in the Stasi files will 
hold up legally — doubt has been cast on authentic- 
ity, not unexpectedly from some quarters in Ger- 
many — then U.S Swimming seems certain to re- 
quest FINA and the IOC to take restitutitive action. If 
this is denied it is likely that any refusal to act will be 
taken on appeal to the Court of Sports Arbitration in 
Lausanne for a decision. It is ironic that this court, 
with three judicial arbitrators, was set up on the 
i n i ti ati ve of the I OC to by-pass ci vi 1 cou rts. "Both FI NA 
and the IOC have given the impression that they have 
tobe dragged screaming to dispense justice for cheated 
swimmers. It is hoped that the Court of Arbitration for 
Sports (CAS) will settle this matter for good." 

Revised team scoring at Summer Nationals: 

During a review of eligibility for the club grant pro- 



gram it has come to light that Region of Waterloo 
Swim Club (ROW) swam an ineligible swimmer 
Isabel Ceballos on their 4x50 and 4x100 medley 
relays, she also placed 9th in the 100 and 200 breast- 
stroke, and 12th in the 200 individual medley. ROW 
will have 63 points deducted from their women's and 
overall total. 

According to the SNC Eligibility Rules, Isabel 
Ceballos should have swum unattached as she was not 
registered with ROW until May 16, 1997 (notpriortothe 
April 1, 1997, deadline as required by Rule SNC 2.5). 

Editor: I received the copies of SW1MNEWS last 
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Editor: After two years of coaching in the U.S and 12 

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1 


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1 


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4:16.11 


PAC97AUG MatlhewDunn,73,AUS 


100 METRES FREESTYLE 


4 


1:01.91 


GERJUL Jens Kruppa.76.GER 


3 


4:16.30 


PAC97AUG Curtis Myden,73,CAN 


Rec: 54 01 Jingyi Le,CHN,94 


5 


1:02.08 


CANETMAY Andrei Korneev.74.RUS 


4 


41713 


USNATJUL Tom Dolan,75,USA 


1 


54.82 


PAC97AUG Jenny Thompson,73,USA 


6 


1:02.09 


PAC97AUG Jarrod Marrs.75.USA 


5 


4.19.10 


USNATJUL Steven Brown,79.USA 


2 


54.86 


PAC97AUG Jingyi Le,75.CHN 


7 


1:02.17 


EUR97AUG Alexander Goukov,72,BLR 


6 


4.1968 


EUR97AUG Frederik Hviid,74,ESP 


3 


5516 


GBGPMAR Sandra Volker,74,GER 


8 


1:02.18 


RUSMAY Roman lvanovski.77,RUS 


7 


4:19.88 


USNATJUL Chad Carvin,74,USA 


4 


55.35 


GERJUL Anl|eBuschsctiulle,78,GER 


9 


1:02.23 


EUR97AUG KarolyGultler.68.HUN 


8 


4:20.43 


EUR97AUG Robert Seibt,74,GER 


5 


55.46 


EUR97AUG Martina Moravcova,76,SVK 


10 


1:0227 


EUR97AUG Daniel Malek.73.CZE 


9 


4:20.47 


PAC97AUG TomWilkens.75.USA 


6 


55.66 


USNATJUL AmyVanDyken,73,USA 


200 METRES BREASTSTROKE 


10 


4:20.92 


ITAJUL Slefano Baftistelli.70.ITA 


7 


55.79 


SHANGJUL Luna Wang.80.CHN 


Rec 2:10.16 Mike Barrowman.USA.92 


4X100 MEDLEY RELAY 


8 


55.80 


PAC97AUG Catherine Fox.77.USA 


1 


2:12.35 


USNATJUL KurtGrote.73.USA 


Rec: 3 34 84 Uni 


edStates,USA,96 


9 


55.99 


USLCFEB Lindsey Farel!a.79.USA 


2 


2:13.44 


JPNJUN Chikara Nakashita.76.JPN 


1 


3:36.93 


PAC97AUG United Slates.USA 


10 


55.99 


EUR97AUG Nalalia Mesheryakova,72,RUS 


3 


2:1376 


BARUUN Slephan Perrol,77.FRA 


2 


3:39.67 


EUR97AUG Russia.RUS 


200 METRES FREESTYLE 


4 


2:13.90 


EUR97AUG Alexander Goukov,72,BLR 


3 


3:39.73 


PAC97AUG Australians 


Rec: 1:56.78 Franziska vanAlmsick.GER.94 


5 


2:1397 


EUR97AUG Jean-C. Samin.76.FRA 


4 


3:41.47 


EUR97AUG Germany.GER 


1 


1 5748 


PAC97AUG Claudia Poll,72,CRC 


6 


2:14.40 


EUR97AUG Andrei Korneev,74,RUS 


5 


3:42.20 


EUR97AUG Poland.POL 


2 


1:59.78 


GERJUL Kerstin Kielgass.69.GER 


7 


2:1452 


RUSMAY Alexander Tkachev.72.RUS 


6 


3:4252 


USNATJUL Santa Clara A.USA 


3 


1:59.93 


EUR97AUG Michelle Smilh-De Bnjin.69.IRL 


8 


2:1459 


PAC97AUG Yoshiaki 0kita.78.JPN 


7 


3:43.32 


EUR97AUG Italy.lTA 


4 


1:59.96 


FISUAUG Martina Moravcova,76.SVK 


9 


2:1474 


EUR97AUG Daniel Malek.73,CZE 


8 


3:43.64 


EUR97AUG Israel.lSR 


5 


1:59.97 


EUR97AUG NadHdaChemezova.80.RUS 


10 


2:14.80 


PAC97AUG TomWilkens.75,USA 


9 


3:43.83 


EUR97AUG Great Brilain.GBR 


6 


2:00.17 


EUR97AUG Camelia Polec,82,R0M 


100 METRES BUTTERFLY 


10 


3:43.87 


RUSMAY Volgograd SC.RUS 


7 


2:00.26 


AUSLCMAR Julia Greville,79.AUS 


Ret 5227 Denis Pankralov.RUS.96 


4X100 FREE RELAY 


8 


2:00.39 


GERJUL Antje Buschschulte,78,GER 


1 


52.76 


PAC97AUG Neil Walker.76.USA 


Rec 


315.11 United Stales.USA,95 


9 


2:00.54 


PAC97AUG Jingyi Le.75.CHN 


2 


52 85 


EUR97AUG Lars Frolander.74.SWE 


1 


3:1685 


EUR97AUG Russia.RUS 


10 


2:00.55 


ROMJUL Luminila Dobrescu.71.R0M 


3 


52.94 


PAC97AUG Michael Klim.77.AUS 


2 


3:18.18 


PAC97AUG United Slates.USA 


400 METRES FREESTYLE 


4 


5295 


AUSLCMAR Geoff Huegill,78AUS 


3 


3:18.33 


EUR97AUG Germany.GER 


Rec: 4:03 85 Janet Evans,USA,88 


5 


52.96 


ZAGRJUN Denis Silantiev,76,UKR 


4 


3:19.33 


PAC97AUG Auslralia,AUS 


1 


4:06.56 


PAC97AUG Claudia Poll.72.CRC 


6 


53.13 


PAC97AUG NateDusing.7e.USA 


5 


3:20.82 


EUR97AUG Nelherlands.NED 


2 


4:0958 


EUR97AUG Dagmar Hase,69.GER 


7 


5320 


FRAMAY Franck Esposi1o,71.FRA 


6 


3:21.15 


EUR97AUG Greal Britain.GBR 


3 


4:09.77 


PAC97AUG Brooke Bennet1.80.USA 


8 


53 40 


RUSMAY Denis Panktatov.74,RUS 


7 


3:21.77 


EUR97AUG Sweden.SWE 


4 


4:10.50 


EUR97AUG Michelle Smilh-De Bnjin,69,IRL 


9 


5354 


USNATJUL JohnHargis.74.USA 


8 


3:22.49 


PAC97AUG NewZealand.NZL 


5 


4:10.89 


EUR97AUG Kerstin Kielgass,69,GER 


10 


5356 


PAC97AUG Takashi Yamamolo.78.JPN 


9 


3:22.98 


EUR97AUG Italy.lTA 


6 


4:11.23 


EUR97AUG CarlaGeurls,71.NED 


200 METRES BUTTERFLY 


10 


3:23.10 


EUR97AUG Israel.lSR 


7 


4:11.47 


AUSLCMAR Julia Greville,79.AUS 




1:5522 Denis Pankratov.RUS.95 


4X200 FREE RELAY 


8 


4:11.96 


EUJRAUG Camelia Potec,82,R0M 




156.86 


AUSLCMAR ScotlGoodman,73,AUS 


Rec 


7:11.95 Unit 


ed Team.EUN,92 


9 


4:12.11 


AUSLCMAR Natasha Bowron.82.AUS 


2 


15724 


EUR97AUG Franck Esposilo,71,FRA 


1 


7:13.99 


PAC97AUG United States.USA 


10 


4:12.53 


JPNJUN EriYamanoi.78,JPN 


3 


15733 


RUSMAY Denis Pankralov,74,RUS 


2 


7:15.72 


PAC97AUG Australians 








4 


15735 


PAC97AUG UgurTaner,74,USA 


3 


7:17.56 


EUR97AUG Great Brilain.GBR 









SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1997 



800 METRES FREESTYLE 






21146 


EUR97AUG Cathleen Rund,77.GER 


5 


5954 


PAC97AUG 


Huijue Cai.80.CKN 


8 


4 4417 


PAC97AUG 


Joanne Malar.75.CAN 


Rec 


816.22 Janet Evans,USA,89 


3 


212.05 


EUR97AUG Antje Buschschulte.78.GER 


6 


59.64 


EUR97AUG 


MerteJacobsen,73,DEN 


9 


444.85 


PAC97AUG 


Jamie Cail.80.USA 


1 


8 


26.36 


PAC97AUG 


Brooke Bennet1.80.USA 


4 


212 05 


EUR97AUG Roxana Maracineanu.75,FRA 


7 


5967 


EUR97AUG 


Martina Moravcova.76,SVK 


10 


4 44 8 7 


EUR97AUG 


Sabine Herbst,74,GER 


2 


8 


29.06 


PAC97AUG 


Claudia Poll.72.CRC 


5 


21215 


JPNJUN Miki Nakao,78,JPN 


8 


1-00.07 


EUR97AUG 


Johanna Sjoberg,78.SWE 


4X100 MEDLEY RELAY 




3 


8 


29.06 


PAC97AUG 


Diana Munz.82.USA 


6 


21225 


PAC97AUG Lea loveless-Maurer.71 .USA 


9 


1:0010 


USNATJUL 


Catherine Fox,77,USA 


Rec 401 67 China.CHN.94 




4 


8 


33.74 


JPNJUN 


En Yamanoi,78,JPN 


7 


21232 


EVANSJUL Tomoko Hagiwara.80,JPN 


10 


1 0028 


EUR97AUG 


SvellanaPozdeeva.77.RUS 


1 


404 27 


PAC97AUG 


United States.USA 


5 


8 


3441 


EUR97AUG 


Kerstin Kielgass,69.GER 


8 


2:12.49 


USLCFEB Beth Botslord.81 .USA 


200 


METRES BUTTERFLY 




2 


4:0572 


PAC97AUG 


Australia.AUS 


6 


8 


36.14 


EUR97AUG 


Carta Geurts.71, NED 


9 


212.62 


USNATJUL Amanda Adkins,76,USA 


Rec 


2.05 96 Mary TMeaglier.USA.81 


3 


4:07.73 


EUR97AUG 


Germany.GER 


7 


8:37.39 


GERJUL 


Jana Henke,73,GER 


10 


2:13.12 


TIANJAPR YanChen,81,CHN 


1 


20859 


PAC97AUG 


Susan 0'Neill,73,AUS 


4 


40783 


PAC97AUG 


Japan.JPN 


8 


8 


38.90 


EUJRAUG 


Ftavia Rigamonli.81 .SUI 


100 


METRES BREASTSTROKE 


2 


20908 


USNATJUL 


Misty Hyman,79,USA 


5 


4:0904 


EUR97AUG 


Russia.RUS 


9 


8 


38.95 


USNATJUL 


Jamie Cail.80.USA 


Rec 


1 07 02 Penelope Heyns.RSA.96 


3 


2.0929 


PAC97AUG 


Kristine Quance,75,USA 


6 


410.31 


EUR97AUG 


Great Bntain.GBR 


10 


a 


38.98 


TIANJAPR 


Yiqi Pu.81.CHN 


1 


1:0781 


PAC97AUG SamanthaRiley,72,AUS 


4 


2.10.25 


EUR97AUG 


Maria Pelaez,77.ESP 


7 


41057 


TIANJAPR 


Shanghai.CHN 


1500 METRES FREESTYLE 




2 


1 


0808 


EUR97AUG Agnes Kovacs,81, HUN 


5 


21088 


EUR97AUG 


Michelle Smilh-De Bruin.69.IRL 


8 


41076 


PAC97AUG 


Canada.CAN 


Rec 


15.52.10 Janet Evans.USA 


38 


3 


1 


08.65 


PAC97AUG Penelope Heyns,74,RSA 


6 


21140 


CANAUG 


Jessica Degtau.80.CAN 


9 


4 12.50 


EUR97AUG 


ItalyJTA 


1 


1610.24 


PAC97AUG 


Brooke Bennett,80,USA 


4 


1 


0880 


USNATJUL Krisly Kowal,78,USA 


7 


2:11.68 


GREVEJAN 


MeheJacobsen.73.DEN 


10 


41269 


EUR97AUG 


Netherlands.NED 


2 


16:17.05 


PAC97AUG 


Diana Munz.82.USA 


5 


1 


D8.87 


EUR97AUG SvetlanaBondarenko.71.UKR 


8 


21173 


JPNJUN 


Yukiko 0sada,81.JPN 


4X100 FREE RELAY 




3 


162598 


PAC97AUG 


Erica Rose,82,USA 


6 


1 


.I'M: 


EUR97AUG Alicja Peczak,70.POL 


9 


212.01 


EUR97AUG 


Anna Uryniuk,74.POL 


Rec: 3.37 91 China,CHN,94 




4 


16 


4030 


FISUAUG 


Suzanne Black,77,USA 


7 


1 


09.42 


EUR97AUG Brigitte Becue,72,BEL 


10 


21204 


JPNJUN 


Yuko Nakanishi.80.JPN 


1 


3:41.49 


EUR97AUG 


Germany GER 


5 


16:40.53 


USNATJUL 


Jean Lee,82,USA 


8 


1 


,i'i4,; 


CANAUG Tara Sloan.79.CAN 


200 


METRES INO.MEDLEY 




2 


34369 


EUR97AUG 


Sweden.SWE 


6 


16.41.00 


PAC97AUG 


Jamie Cail.80.USA 


9 


1 


0963 


USNATJUL Kristine Quance.75.USA 


Rec 


2 11 65 Li Lin.CHN.92 




3 


343 77 


PAC97AUG 


United States.USA 


7 


16:43.84 


USNATJUL 


JoyStover.76.USA 


10 


1 


09 72 


PAC97AUG Caroline Hildreth,78,AUS 


1 


21355 


USNATJUL 


Kristine Quance.75.USA 


4 


3:44 72 


EUR97AUG 


Russia.RUS 


8 


1643.91 


USNATJUL 


Melissa Deary.83.USA 


200 


METRES BREASTSTROKE 


2 


214 74 


EUR97AUG 


OxanaVerevka.77.RUS 


5 


34583 


EUR97AUG 


Great Bntain.GBR 


9 


16 


45.13 


USNATJUL 


Julia Stowers.81 .USA 


Rec 


224.76 Reb 


;cca Brown,AUS,94 


3 


21491 


PAC97AUG 


Marianne Limpert.72,CAN 


6 


34657 


PAC97AUG 


Canada.CAN 


10 


16 


4514 


EVANSJUL 


Krisly Park,80,AUS 


1 


2 24 90 


EUR97AUG Agnes Kovacs.81.HUN 


4 


215.02 


EUR97AUG 


Martina Moravcova.76,SVK 


7 


34674 


EUR97AUG 


Denmark.DEN 


100 


METRES BACKSTROKE 




2 


2:2534 


PAC97AUG Samantha Riley,72.AUS 


5 


215.03 


EUR97AUG 


YanaKlochkova,82.UKR 


8 


34705 


EUR97AUG 


Nelheilands.NED 


Rec: 


1:0016 CihongHe,CHN,94 




3 


2 


28.04 


EUR97AUG Alicja Peczak.70.POL 


6 


21522 


USNATJUL 


Madeleine Crippen,80,USA 


9 


34739 


PUSANMAY 


Chma.CHN 


1 


1 


01.13 


PAC97AUG 


Mai Nakamura,79,JPN 


4 


2 


2844 


EVANSJUL Krisly Ellem,81,AUS 


7 


21597 


USLCFEB 


Jennifer Parmenler ,81, USA 


10 


347 49 


PAC97AUG 


Australia.AUS 


2 


1 


0135 


PAC97AUG 


LeaLoveless-Maurer,71,USA 


5 


2 


28.56 


PAC97AUG Penelope Heyns,74.RSA 


8 


215.99 


EUR97AUG 


Sabine Herbst.74,GER 


4X200 FREE RELAY 




3 


1 


01.74 


EUR97AUG 


Antje Buschschulte.78,GER 


6 


2 


28.66 


PAC97AUG Masami Tanaka.79.JPN 


9 


2:16.17 


PAC97AUG 


Joanne Malar,75,CAN 


Rec 


7 55 47 German Dem Rep.GDR.87 


4 


1 


01.76 


PAC97AUG 


Barbara Bedford.72.USA 


7 


2 


28 83 


EUJRAUG lnnaNikilina.82,UKR 


10 


21620 


TIANJAPR 


LixiaO.in.82.CHN 


1 


80359 


EUR97AUG 


Germany.GER 


5 


1 


01.83 


PAC97AUG 


Catherine Fox,77,USA 


8 


2 


28 90 


EUR97AUG Brigitte Becue,72,BEL 


400 


METRES INO.MEDLEY 




2 


80453 


EUR97AUG 


Sweden.SWE 


6 


1 


0184 


EUR97AUG 


Roxana Maracineanu,75.FRA 


9 


2 


Jo 97 


USNATJUL Jenna Slreel.82.USA 


Rec 


4 36 10 Petra Schneider.GDR,82 


3 


80726 


EUR97AUG 


Denmark.DEN 


7 


1 


01.94 


USLCFEB 


Beth Botstord.81, USA 


10 


22903 


USNATJUL Kristy Kowal.78.USA 


1 


43961 


PAC97AUG 


Kristine 0uance.75.USA 


4 


80782 


PAC97AUG 


United States.USA 


8 


1 


02.19 


FISUAUG 


Noriko lnada,78,JPN 


100 


METRES BUTTERFLY 


2 


44080 


USNATJUL 


Madeleine Cnppen.80.USA 


5 


80849 


EUR97AUG 


Romania.ROM 


9 


1 


02.20 


GERJUL 


Sandra Volker.74.GER 


Rec 


57 93 Mary T Meagher.USA.81 


3 


4 4208 


EUR97AUG 


Michelle Smilti-De Bruin,69,IRL 


6 


80885 


PAC97AUG 


Canada.CAN 


10 


1 


02.22 


USLCFEB 


Lia 0berslar,76,USA 


1 




5872 


USNATJUL Misty Hyman,79,USA 


4 


44307 


EUR97AUG 


Yana Kloctikova.82.UKR 


7 


80944 


EUR97AUG 


Great Brilain.GBR 


200 


METRES BACKSTROKE 




2 




5900 


PAC97AUG Jenny Thompson.73,USA 


5 


4:43 37 


USNATJUL 


Cristina Teuschei.78,USA 


8 


8:1149 


EUR97AUG 


Netherlands.NED 


Rec: 


20662 Knsztina Egerszegi.HUN.91 


3 




W> 


PUSANMAY Ayan Aoyama.82.JPN 


6 


4:4372 


USLCFEB 


Jennifer Parmenter,81, USA 


9 


81193 


EUR97AUG 


France.FRA 


1 


2:11.05 


JPNJUN MaiNakamuia.79.JPN 


4 




59.52 


PAC97AUG Richelle DePold-Fox,74.USA 


7 


4 44 05 


EUR97AUG 


Hana Cerna.74.CZE 


10 


81392 


PAC97AUG 


Australia.AUS 



ISLAND 
PACIFIC 
CUP 




Swimming 



NOVEMBER 7, 8 & 9, 1997 

• most important age group and senior meet on the Pacific Coast this Fall! 

• Prizes! 

• Double-Ended! 

• 10 & under Jamboree between heats and finals on Saturday and Sunday 

• limited billeting may be available 

• Dorothy Liedtke, Meet Manager (250) 477-2008 home 

(250) 477-1006 fax 

• for a complete meet package, call Dorothy or Island Swimming office 
Event Order: 

Friday Saturday Sunday 

200 free 400 free 400 1.M. 

100 breast 200 breast 100 free 

200 fly 100 back 200 back 

50 free 200 1.M. 100 fly 

800/ 1500 free 4x50 free 4x50 medley 

Friday: warm-up 8:00 am start 9:00 am 

Sat & Sun: warm-ups 8:00 am and 15:30 pm, sessions start 9:00 am and 16:30 pm 



Island Swimming 
4636 Elk Lake Drive 
Victoria, B.C., V8Z5M1 



(250) 479-3909 office 
(250) 479-2432 fax 



SWIMNEWS / SEPTEMBER 1997 



TOP AGE GROUP TIMES 



1 997 LONG COURSE TAG. 



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11-12 



SO METRES FREESTYLE 

tac ?7 16 SrauaColreROO.90 

1 AO HYAOMAY CamuyChuy.il. HYACK 

2 7459 (JW2APR Caral«Bull.12.MUSAC 

3 2871 ABAGJUl AiejjrifJraly5.12.UCSC 

4 2886 USSACMAYCtandraEnip.12.CAJ 

5 2896 ONAGJUl Jar*eCfan 12MSSAC 

6 29 05 MYACMAY An«McCourt.12.CHAMP 
• 2918 ETOBJUN W*eOar«* 12.0SHAC 

8 2920 AACAffl Jen* Erato 12.SSMAC 

9 2923 HYACKMAY Ketsey LH*0«C.12.UNATT 

10 2934 MBSKJUN E Own. 12 MM 

11 29 51 LUSCMAY Jessica Vance. 12. BRANT 

12 2952 POAGJUL Mane-Luc Jodom.12.MEG0 

13 2953 MMMAY Deanna 9etanystiyn,12,MANTA 

14 29 54 OTTMAR Danetle Betand.12.G0 

15 2954 Y0UTHMAYSactyBat1el.12.PN 

16 2957 BCAGJUL Michelle Landry 12.CHEHA 

17 2961 MMMAY Forces Rjdard.12.TMSC 

18 2968 AACAfflCarhynJone.12.AAC 

19 2970 POAGJUL riftanyWoods.12.PCSC 

20 29 72 MFAAAMAY Eileen Robinson. 12.PSC 

21 2976 ABAGJUL Andrea Barrd 1 1 RDCSC 

22 29 78 «^YAnrJrsrwAudiber1.12.PlUS 

23 2979 ABAGJUL MehelleCove.12,R0CSC 

24 2981 ETTJBJUNHeamefVanderkam.12.lAC 

25 2984 EAST JUL EyKGibson.12.EAST 
190 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec 5804 Sroura CoH«c.R00,90 

1 102 06 FARWAUG JarJoe Cnan.12,MSSAC 

2 10214 AACAffl Jemrtet Fratesi.12.SSMAC 

3 1 03 19 FJOBJUN MaBie0sumek.12.0SHAC 

4 10321 ONSRJUl Frances Rchard.12.TMSC 

5 10323 CASCMAY Alexandra Lys.12.UCSC 

6 1 0333 BCAGJUL Courtenay Chuy.12.HYACK 

7 10334 ONAGJUL JenraGresdal.12.MUSAC 

8 10853 MMMAY Deans SWanyshyn.12.MANTA 

9 10355 ETOBJUN Chandra Encts.12.CAJ 

10 1 0391 ONAGJUL Jessica Vara 12.BRANT 

11 10414 ABAGJUL Andrea Bard.ll.RDCSC 

12 1 0419 0NT2APR Caroline Bull.12,MUSAC 

13 10426 ABAGJUL McWleCove.12.RDCSC 

14 1 0432 ONAGJUl Sofa Faga.12.E70B 

15 10445 KCSJUN Kama Letkovic.HHYACK 

16 10449 ONAGJUL Hanna Chang. 12. ETOB 

17 1 0456 BRANT Affl Alara Murphy12.ET06 

18 10461 MSSACMAY AraneMcCour1.12.CHAMP 

19 1 04 74 POAGJUL Tftny Woo*.12.PCSC 

20 1 04 80 COSCAffl KefceyLec*wic.12.H-fACK 

21 10483 COSCAffl MrJieileLandry.12.CHENA 

22 10484 ABAGJUL KefryPelechyt*.12.EICSC 

23 10484 P0>GMAndreat>eAudlber1.12.PLIJS 

24 1 04 91 ETOBJUN JenraFnend.12.BTSC 
z '0435 ONAGJU L Sarah Ftilhps, 11 MUSAC 
FM METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec 203 72 Shaura Co*nsj«X).90 

1 21511 ONAGJUL JenraGres*l.12.MUSAC 

2 21539 AACAffl Jemrte Fra*».12,SSMAC 

3 216 05 ONAGJU. Chandra Enrjs 12.CAJ 

4 21648 0HT2Affl Frarx8sRichard.12.TMSC 

5 21665 ONAGJUL Kale Baare.12.Y0RK 

8 21686 KfArjfMAYryjx1erayChuy.11.HYACK 

7 21723 HYAVMA I Mr/elle Landry. 12CHENA 

8 21732 ETOBJUN Jarjne Chan.12.MSSAC 
3 21788 ETOBJUN Cass* Win 12.RHAC 

10 21815 ONAGJUL Jessca Vance .12.BRAHT 

11 218.19 ABAGJUL Alexandra Lys.12.UCSC 

12 21425 FJfSCMAY Dearra SWary-,rryri 12 MANTA 

13 21831 ETOBJUN Jenna Frend 12JJTSC 

14 21884 ETOBJUN Frances S>et/ienson.12HYAC 
I 15 21919 FJC/JUAt Mr.rtaieWikak.12.PGB 

16 21924 ABAGJJl Mchefc Cae.12R0CSC 

17 219 42 ABA6JUL Andrea Bard 11ADCSC 

18 2TC74 BRAMTAffl Alara Msphy.12.ET06 

19 21386 POAGJUL AftfearreAorJeert.imuS 

20 22065 HYACKMA Y Sara MrJ4afly.12.EK5C 

21 22069 fjr4A6JUlSrtBFacB.12.n0B 

22 22077 ONAGJUl Cculney Lkronl 2LAC 

23 22087 KCSJUN KefseyLst*ovr..12P0SA 

24 221 14 HWMAr Kelry F^Jiyt*.12BSC 

25 22119 KCSJUN Mrj* Schtapp.12PGB 



400 MURES FREESTYLE 

Rec 42848 Shaura Collins.R0D.90 

1 4 42 85 JRNATJUL Michelle Landry, 12, CHENA 

2 4 43 61 ONAGJUL Chandra Engs.12,CAJ 

3 443 77 ONAGJUL Kale Bisraiie.12, YORK 

4 4 46 81 ETOBJUN Frances S1ephenson.12.NYAC 

5 4 47 62 MMMAY Deanna 9efanyshyn,12.MANTA 

6 4 49 32 HYACKMAY Courtenay Chuy.H.HYACK 
: 4 49 99 lAHWAIKi .l.u ku: Clun 12.MSSAC 

8 4 50 35 AACAPR Jennilw Fratesi.12.SSMAC 

9 4 50 69 ETOBJUN Jenna Fnend,12,BTSC 

10 451 58 MSSACMAY Jenna Gresdal. 12. MUSAC 

11 45221 HYACKMAY Kelty Pelechylik. 12.EKSC 

12 45304 ONAGJUL SoliaFaga.12.ETOB 

13 4 5320 ABAGJUL Sara McNally.12.EKSC 

14 4 5520 POAGJUL TillanyWoods.12.PCSC 

15 4 55 92 BRANTAPR Alana Murphy. 12, ETOB 

16 4 56 40 ETOBJUN Joanna Lee,12.MSSAC 

17 45659 ETOBJUN KalhenneRula,12,ET0B 

18 456.85 ONAGJUL Jessica Vance,12,BRANT 

19 4 5687 ONAGJUL Hanra Chang,12,ET0B 

20 4:5691 ETOBJUN Cassie Wun.12.RHAC 

21 457.14 POAGJUL Alex Lachance-F.12,UL 

22 457.36 ONAGJUL Natalie Sankat.12,HWAC 

23 4 58 09 KCSJUN Nicole Schnapp,12.PGB 

24 458.18 ABAGJUL Hay1eyDoody.11.CASC 

25 4 5822 ABAGJUL Cynthia Gallre,12.EKSC 
800 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec 9:12 83 Shannon Smilh.VANPK.74 

1 9:39.44 JRNATJUL Michelle Landry.12,CHENA 

2 9:43.39 NYACMAY Frances Stephenson.12,NYAC 

3 9:53.06 EKSCMAY Deanna SlclanyJiyn.12.MANTA 

4 9:53.52 ONAGJUL Kale Bisnaire,12, YORK 

5 9:55.73 ONAGJUL Chandra Engs,12.CAJ 

6 10:05.07 POAGJUL AndreanneAudibed.12.PLUS 

7 10:05 38 ETOBJUN Jenna Fnend,12,BTSC 

8 10:0549 ABAGJUL Michelle Cove,12.RDCSC 

9 100552 ABAGJUL Sara McNally,12.EKSC 

10 10:06.80 ETOBJUN Cassie Wun.12.RHAC 
111008.09 POAGJUL Maya Murphy, 12. CAG 

12 10 08 14 EKSCMAY Nicole Schnapp,12,PGB 

13 10 09.62 ETOBJUN Stephanie Fennell,12.ET0B 

14 10.1106 MEGOMAY Alana Murphy,12.ET0B 

15 10.12.38 BCAGJUL Allison Laidlow,12,Ll 

16 10:12.47 ETOBJUN Katherine Ruta.12.ET0B 

17 10:14.15 ABAGJUL Hayley Doody.11.CASC 

18 101416 POAGJUL Claudia Bernard.12.PLUS 

19 10 14 36 ONAGJUL SotiaFaga.12,ET0B 

20 10 15 59 MSSACMAY Joanna Lee,12,MSSAC 

21 10 15 65 ETOBJUN Hanra Chang. 12, ETOB 

22 10:15.81 ETOBJUN Amanda Gillespie.12.PERTH 

23 1017 57 POAGJUL Alex Lactance-F.12.UL 

24 1019.01 ETOBJUN Emma Fox.12.NYAC 

25 101949 EKSCMAY Michelle Wiloek.12.PGB 
100 METRES BACKSTROKE 

Rec: 1:07.31 Michelle Cruz.ACE,93 

1 1:0941 AACAPR Jennifer Fratesi 12.SSMAC 

2 1:10.66 ONAGJUL Jenna Gresdal. 12. MUSAC 

3 1:1088 MSSACMAY Caillyn Jones. 12.AAC 

4 1:11.60 ONAGJUL Frances Richard.12.TMSC 

5 1:1224 BCAGJUL Michelle Landry. 12. CHENA 

6 1:12.50 ONAGJUL Tiffany Vincenl,12.BRANT 

7 112.56 NK8MAY Amanda Gillespie,12.PERTH 

8 1 1260 YOUTHMAY Deanna Stelanyshyn.12.MANTA 

9 1 13 06 POAGJUL Mane P Malentanl.12.PLUS 

10 1 1338 ONAGJUL Jackie Chan.12.MSSAC 

11 1:13.60 PPOMAY Claudia Bemard,12,PlUS 

12 1:13.89 OTTMAR Chanell Charron-W .12.CAG 

13 1:13.94 ABAGJUL Evangeline Blais,12,UCSC 

14 1:1414 ONAGJUL KarhySiuda.11. BRANT 

15 1:1420 ETOBJUN lautenBeatd.12.ET0B 

16 1:1421 ABAGJUL Alexandra Lys,12.UCSC 

17 114% KCSJUN Kelsey Leckovic 12.PDSA 

18 1:14.33 BCAGJUL Courtenay Chuy,12.HYACK 

19 1 14 35 NKBMAY Devon Dods.12.NKB 

20 1.1441 MBSKJUN Amanda Rieger,12,RYMM 

21 1:1454 EKSCMAY Claire Wong.12.PDSA 

22 1.14.55 NYACMAY Emma Fox.12,NYAC 

23 1:14.60 ONAGJUL Andrea Shousl.1 1 SSMAC 

24 1 14 64 BCAGJUL Stephanie Mclnlyre. 12. RACER 

25 1:14.70 PPOMAY JoelleLepine.12.CAM0 
200 METRES BACKSTROKE 

Rec 22464 Michelle Cruz.ACE.93 

1 22650 AACAPR Jennilet Fratesi,12,SSMAC 

2 232.86 ONAGJUL Jenna Gresdal,12,MUSAC 

3 2 .3522 YOUTHMAY Nancy Ga|OS,12 ETOB 

4 23551 POAGJUL Marre-P Malentant.12.PLUS 

5 2:35 79 MSSACMAY lauten Beatd,12.ET0B 

6 2:35.97 BCAGJUL Stephanie Mclntyre.12.RACER 

7 2:36.14 ONAGJUL TittanyVincenl. 12, BRANT 

8 2:3626 MBSKJUN Deanna Slelanyshyn.12,MANTA 

9 23643 CDSCAPR Michelle Landry,12,CHENA 

10 236 73 ONAGJUL Emma Fox.12.NYAC 

" 2%% PPOMAf Claudia Berrard.12.PLUS 

12 2 36 34 ONAGJUl Frances RiOiard.12.TMSC 

13 2 3710 ETOBJUN Amanda Gillespie. 12, PERTH 

14 2 37 42 MBSKJUN Amanda Rieger,12,RYMM 

15 23809 EKSCMAY Claire Wong,12.PDSA 

16 238.43 ETOBJUN Stephanie Fennell.12.ET0B 

17 2.3862 HYACKMAY Courtenay Chuy.1 1 HYACK 
13 23933 POAAPR JoelleLepine.12.CAMO 

19 2:39.34 P02APR Mylene Fortin, 12, LAVAL 

20 2:3959 ONAGJUL Catty Cermak.12.CAJ 

21 239 67 MSSACMAY Caillyn Jones. 12AAC 

22 239.68 MEGOMAY Chanell Charron-W .12.CAG 

23 239.79 ONAGJUL Andrea Stioust.1l. SSMAC 

24 239.82 ONAGJUL Jana Sinclair. 12.SSMAC 

25 2:4022 ABAGJUL Evangeline Blais.12,UCSC 



1 


1 1317 


2 


116.89 


3 


1 1983 


4 


1 1987 


5 


1 20.10 


6 


1:20.55 


7 


1:20 60 


8 


121.15 


9 


12127 


10 


12192 


11 


12195 


12 


1:22 31 


13 


1 22 86 


14 


1 23 06 


15 


1.23.10 


16 


123.12 


17 


1.23.40 


18 


1:23.41 


19 


1:23 73 


20 


1:23 77 


21 


1 23 78 


22 


1 2401 


23 


1 24 03 


24 


1 2404 


25 


1 24 22 



100 METRES BREASTSTROKE 

Rec 1:10.94 Allison Higson.ESC.86 

CANAUG CouitcnayChuy,12,HYACK 
ONAGJUL KimBacon.12.C0BRA 
ONAGJUL Joanna Lee,12,MSSAC 
ONAGJUL Monica Wejman.12.ET0B 
JRNATJUL Evangeline Blais.12,UCSC 
ekscmay Amanda Manchur,12,MANTA 

ONAGJUL Rebecca llaiglil.12,BR0CK 
POAGJUL Catherine Lemieux.12.UL 

NKBJUN Danielle Beland.12.G0 
IBTMAY Genevieve Dack.11.TBT 
ONAGJUL JacguelynCrall, 11, TRENT 
PPOMAY Viviane Bartletl.12.BBF 
ONAGJUL Andrea Milano,12,NYAC 
CUBMAR MelanieAuger,12,MEG0 
ONAGJUL Alton Meredilh.12.TSC 
0NT1APR Andrea Merlano.12.NYAC 
ONAGJUL Brittany Segeren.1 1 ,HHAC 
ONAGJUL Shannon Kryhul.1 1 ,STJJ 
MSSACMAY Ariarte McCourt,12,CHAMP 
PQ2APR Andreanne Audibert,12,PLUS 
0NT1APR Rebecca Smclair.12,TAT 
BCAGJUL Mila Zvi|erac,12,HYACK 
ONAGJUL Shannon Lang.12.HWAC 
PQAAPR Meqan McClemenls,12.PCSC 
ONAGJUL Jenna-Lee Horvath.11 .TAT 
200 METRES BREASTSTROKE 
Jlison Higson.ESC.86 

CANAUG Courtenay Chuy,12,HYACK 
ONAGJUL Kim Bacon,12.C0BRA 
ONAGJUL Joanna Lee.12,MSSAC 
ONAGJUL Rebecca Haight.1 2.BR0CK 
POAGJUL Catherine Lemieux,12.UL 
ONAGJUL Monica We|man,12,ET0B 
ABAGJUL Evangeline Blais,12,UCSC 
TBTMAY Genevieve Dack.1 1 ,TBT 
ONAGJUL Jacquelyn Cratt.1 1 .TRENT 
MBSKJUN Amanda Manchur.12.MANTA 
ETOBJUN Andrea Merlano,12.NYAC 
ONAGJUL Danielle Beland,12,G0 
ONAGJUL Jenna-Lee Horvarh.1 1 . TAT 
PPOMAY Andreanne Audibed,12.PLUS 
ETOBJUN Levana Pang.11, TORCH 
FJOBJUN Enka Mar.Laughlin . 1 2.CREST 
0NT3APR Brittany Segeren.1 1 .HHAC 
ABAGJUL Meagan Sinclair,12,CASC 
POAGJUL Viviane Bartlell.12.BBF 
NYACMAY Devon Dods,12.NKB 
EASTJUL Jessica McLellan,12,EAST 
ONAGJUL Alton Meredilh,12.TSC 
ONAGJUL Andrea Milano.12.NYAC 
HYACKMAY Michelle Landry,12.CHENA 
NYACMAY Ariane McCourt,12,CHAMP 
BUTTERFLY 
05.51 Shauna Collins,R0D,90 

ONAGJUL Danielle Beland,12.G0 
ONAGJUL Katy Keyes,12.TSC 
ONAGJUL Kim Bacon,12 C0BRA 
ETOBJUN Nancy Ga|OS,12,ET0B 
BCAGJUL Courtenay Chuy.12,HYACK 
ONAGJUL Kale Bisnaire.12.Y0RK 
AACAPR Jennifer Fralesi,12,SSMAC 
NKBJUN Amanda Gillespie,12,PERTH 
BCAGJUL Michelle Landry.12,CHENA 
MEGOMAY Chanell Charron-W .12.CAG 
ONAGJUL Monica Weimari.12.ET0B 
ONAGJUL Natalie Sankat.12.HWAC 
POAGJUL Valerie Tcholkayan,12,DD0 
0NT2APR Frances Richard,12,TMSC 
LACMAY Darcie Atmstrong.12.TAT 
MSSACMAY Caroline 8ull,12,MUSAC 
PPOMAY Milaine Gervais.12.DD0 
ABAGJUL Kelly Pelechylik,12,EKSC 
ABAGJUL EtinPfoul.11.0SC 
EKSCMAY Tara Souliere.12.STSC 
ONAGJUL Hanna Ctiang.12.ET0B 
PPOMAY Chryslele Roy-IEcuyer,12.CNB 
NYACMAY Cassie Wun,12.RHAC 
ONAGJUL Jenna Friend,12,BTSC 
POAGJUL Marie-M Boutque,12.CNCI 
200 METRES BUTTERFLY 
Rec: 2:22 47 Michelle Coulombe,CNMN,77 

ONAGJUL Kim Bacon.12,COBRA 
ONAGJUL KaleBisnaite.12.Y0RK 
ECUPJUL Danielle Beland.12,G0 
ONSRJUL Nancy Gajos,12,ETOB 
AACAPR Jennifer Fralesi,12,SSMAC 
ONAGJUL Hanna Chang,12,ET0B 
ETOBJUN Cassie Wun,12,RHAC 
PPOMAY MrlaineGervais,12,DD0 
ONAGJUL Natalie Sankat.12.HWAC 
ONAGJUL Amanda Gillespie. 12.PERTH 
NYACMAY Jenna Ftiend.12.BTSC 
ONAGJUL Darcie Armsltong,12.TAT 
HYACKMAY Courtenay Chuy.1 1 , HYACK 
MEGOMAY Chanell Chatton-W .12.CAG 
ONAGJUL Katy Keyes,12.TSC 
POAGJUL Valerie Tcholkayan.12,DDO 
POAGJUL Matre-P Malenlanl,12.PLUS 
HYACKMAY Michelle Landry,12.CHENA 
ABAGJUL Kelly Pelechylrk.12.EKSC 
MEGOMAY AmelieGirard,12,CNJ0 
MBSKJUN Deanna Slelanyshyn,12.MANTA 
LUSCMAY Carol Chandlet.12,HWAC 
ONAGJUL Karla Walkinshaw.12.HWAC 
ONAGJUL Tiffany Vincent,12.BRANT 
NYACMAY Levana Pang.11. TORCH 



Rec 2:3411 


1 


2:37.37 


2 


24502 


3 


24909 


4 


2:51.01 


5 


2:51.15 


6 


2:51.67 


7 


2 54 90 


8 


2 55 54 


9 


2:5601 


10 


25638 


11 


2 56 88 


1? 


2:57.91 


13 


2:58.30 


14 


2:58.97 


15 


2:58.97 


16 


2:58.97 


17 


2:59.09 


18 


2:59.36 


19 


2:59.92 


20 


3 00 01 


21 


3:00 33 


22 


30060 


23 


30106 


24 


3.01.10 


25 


3.01 26 


100 METRES 


Rec 


1:05 51 


1 


1:07.93 


2 


1:09.19 


3 


1 0921 


4 


1 0930 


5 


1 10.24 


6 


1 10 38 


7 


1 1058 


8 


1 1068 


9 


1.11.24 


10 


1 1129 


11 


11144 


12 


111.54 


13 


111.61 


14 


111.77 


15 


1:11.92 


16 


1.12.13 


1/ 


1 12.18 


16 


1.12.22 


19 


11235 


20 


112.60 


21 


112.76 


22 


112.84 


23 


1:1316 


24 


1:13.51 


25 


113.82 



1 


2:31.69 


2 


2:34.27 


3 


2:34.79 


4 


2:35.86 


5 


23819 


6 


23855 


7 


2:38.74 


8 


2:3958 


9 


2:39.64 


10 


2 40 00 


11 


2 40 80 


12 


24128 


13 


2 41 39 


14 


2:41.83 


15 


2:4212 


u, 


24223 


1/ 


242 39 


18 


24.324 


19 


2:43.39 


20 


2:44.13 


21 


2:44.52 


22 


2:45 32 


23 


24568 


24 


24581 


25 


24585 



200 METRES INO. MEDLEY 

Rec: 2:21 55 Allison Higson.ESC.86 

1 2:2749 YOUTHMAY Courtenay Chuy,12,HYACK 

2 2:30.02 AACAPR Jennifer Fralesi,12,SSMAC 

3 2:31.83 JRNATJUL Michelle Landry,12.CHENA 

4 2:33.04 ONAGJUL Kim Bacon,12,C0BRA 

5 2:33.49 ONAGJUL Jenna Gtesdal.12,MUSAC 

6 2:34.46 ONAGJUL Lauren Beard,12,ET0B 

7 2:34.54 ETOBJUN Nancy Ga|os. 12, ETOB 

8 2:35.30 ONAGJUL Frances Richard. 12, TMSC 

9 2:36.50 ONAGJUL Monica Wejman,12,ET0B 

10 2:36 62 EKSCMAY Deanna Slelanyshyn.12.MANTA 

11 2:37.25 ABAGJUL Alexandra Lys,12.UCSC 

12 2:37.77 NKBMAY Chanell Charron-W 12.CAG 

13 2:37 78 ONAGJUL Amanda Gillespie,12,PEBTH 

14 2 3800 ETOBJUN Jackie Chan,12,MSSAC 

15 2:38 71 EKSCMAY Kelly Pelechylik.1 2.EKSC 

16 2:39.07 POAGJUL Calherine Lemieux.12,UL 

17 2:39.57 0NT1APR Danielle Beland,12.G0 

18 2:39.78 ONAGJUL Tiftany Vincent.1 2.BRANT 

19 2:39.82 ONAGJUL Nalalie Sankat.12.HWAC 

20 2:39 99 ONAGJUL Andrea Milano, 12, NYAC 

21 2:40.40 ONAGJUL Hanna Chang,12,ET0B 

22 2:40.61 EKSCMAY Claire Wong,12.PDSA 

23 2:40.72 ONAGJUL Datcre Armstrong.12.TAT 

24 2:4073 BCAGJUL Stephanie Mclntyte.12.RACER 

25 2:40.76 POAGJUL Tiffany Woods,12,PCSC 
400 METRES IND. MEDLEY 

Rec: 5 02 71 Joanne Malar.HWAC.88 

1 5:16.45 YOUTHMAY Courtenay Chuy.12.HYACK 

2 5:21.81 BCAGJUL Michelle Landry, 12. CHENA 

3 5:26,69 ONAGJUL Kale Bisnaire.12.Y0RK 

4 5:28.18 ONAGJUL Kim Bacon,12,C0BRA 

5 5:30.50 ABAGJUL Kelly Pelechytik.12.EKSC 

6 5:31.00 ABAGJUL Evangeline Blais,12,UCSC 

7 5:31.23 MSSACMAY Lauren Beard, 12, ETOB 

8 5:31.53 MSSACMAY Jenna Gresdal,12. MUSAC 

9 5:31.58 POAGJUL Matie-P Malenlanl.12,PLUS 

10 5.31.80 POAGJUL Catherine Lemieux, 12, UL 

11 5:35.32 ETOBJUN Joanna Lee,12,MSSAC 

12 5:35.55 ONAGJUL Chandra Engs,12,CAJ 

13 5 36 35 EKSCMAY Deanna Slelanyshyn.12.MANTA 

14 5:36.66 ONAGJUL Danielle Beland,12.G0 

15 53694 ONAGJUL Natalie Sankai.12.HWAC 

16 5:37.21 ONAGJUL Hanna Chang,12,ET0B 

17 5:38.00 ONAGJUL Amanda Gillespie.12,PERTH 

18 5:38.47 ONAGJUL Catly Cetmak,12,CAJ 

19 5:39.08 ONAGJUL KalhySruda.11. BRANT 

20 5:39.91 ONAGJUL Tiftany Vincent.1 2.BRANT 

21 5 40.06 ONAGJUL Rebecca Haighl,12,BR0CK 

22 5.40.24 EKSCMAR Amanda Thomas.11.KSC 

23 5:40.62 BRANTAPR Alana Murphy.12,ET0B 

24 5.40.93 UTORJUN Frances Stephenson,12.NYAC 

25 5:41 18 EKSCMAY Nicole Schnapp.12.PGB 
4X50 MEDLEY RELAY 

Rec 2 1053 Regina OD.ROD.90 

1 2:14.04 ONAGJUL Cobra Swim Club.COBRA 

2 214.70 ONAGJUL Etobicoke SC.ETOB 

3 216.50 ONAGJUL Hamill-Wentworth AC.HWAC 

4 2:16.85 ONAGJUL Mississauga AC.MSSAC 

5 2 1829 MSSACMAY Muskoka AC.MUSAC 

6 2:18.75 MBSKJUN Mania Swim Club.MANTA 

7 2:19 08 PPOMAY Pointe Claire SC.PCSC 

8 2:2011 PPOMAY Levis+Montmagny.PLUS 

9 2.20.28 BCAGJUL Hyack Swim Club. HYACK 

10 2:20.49 EKSCMAY Olympian Swim Club.OSC 

11 2:20.88 0NT1APR Glouc-Oltawa Kingfish.GO 

12 2:21.05 MSSACMAY Totonlo Champs.CHAMP 

13 2:2118 ETOBJUN London AC.LAC 

14 2:21 68 ABAGJUL Red Deet Calalina SC.RDCSC 

15 2:21.68 ABAGJUL Univ Calgary SC.UCSC 

16 2:21.92 0NT1APR Tillsonburg AT.TAT 

17 2:22 03 0NT1APR North Yotk AC.NYAC 

18 2:22.17 CDSCAPR Chena Swim Club.CHENA 

19 2:22 24 MEGOMAY Megophias Trois Rivieres. MEGO 

20 2 22 32 NKBMAY Nepean Kanata.NKB 

21 2:22.55 LACMAY Brock Niagara.BROCK 

22 2:22.73 PQAAPR Dollard Swim Team.DDO 

23 2:22.85 ONAGJUL Oakville AC.OAK 

24 2:23.05 ETOBJUN Newmarkel SC.NEW 

25 2:23.13 CDSCAPR Cascade Swim Club.CASC 
4X50 FREE RELAY 

Rec: 1 5552 ElobicokeSwimming.ETOB.95 

1 2 00 92 ONAGJUL Hamill-Wentworth AC.HWAC 

2 2:00.92 ONAGJUL London AC.LAC 

3 2:00 93 ONAGJUL Mississauga AC.MSSAC 

4 2 00 95 ONAGJUL Elobicoke SC.ETOB 

5 2:02.13 PPOMAY Pointe Claire SC.PCSC 

6 2:02.44 ABAGJUL Edmonton Keyano.EKSC 

7 2:03.47 ONAGJUL Toronlo Swim Club.TSC 

8 2:03.67 0NT2APR Muskoka AC.MUSAC 

9 2:04.02 STARJUL Oakville AC.OAK 

10 2 04 35 MBSKJUN Manitoba Matlins.MM 

11 2:04 37 ONAGJUL Cobra Swim Club.COBRA 

12 2 04 44 ETOBJUN Newmarket SC. NEW 

13 2 04 57 MBSKJUN Manta Swim Club.MANTA 

14 2:04 63 0NT1APR North York AC.NYAC 

15 2:04.84 BCAGJUL Hyack Swim Club.HYACK 

16 2:05.09 ONAGJUL Chatham Y.CYPS 

17 2:05 11 PPOMAY Levis+Montmagny.PLUS 

18 2:05 19 MEGOMAY Megophias Ttois Rivieres.MEGO 

19 2:05,33 CDSCAPR Chena Swim Club,CHENA 

20 2:0561 AACAPR Markham AC.MAC 

21 20576 0NT1 APR Glouc-Oltawa Kingfish.GO 

22 2:0584 ABAGJUL Univ Calgary SC.UCSC 

23 2 05 90 MSSACMAY Toronto Champs.CHAMP 

24 2:06.23 BCAGJUL Pacific Dolphin SA.PDSA 

25 2:06 45 ABAGJUL Red Deer Calalina SC.RDCSC 



40 



SWIMNEWS SEPTEMBER 1997 



TOP AGE GROUP TIMES 



1997 LONG COURSE TAG. 



BOYS 
11-12 



50 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec 26 17 John M MM(s.G0.92 
1 2770 ONAGJUL Jonathan Tung.12.MAC 
PQAGJUL Louis-D Dionne,12.CSQ 
MBSKJUN TrevorCoulman.12,GOLD 
HYACKMAY Ronald Chung.1 2.HYACK 
NBTRSMAY Alex St Onge,12.NES 
ETOBJUN Andrew Seamone12.AAC 
CUDAJUL Alexander Argenlo.12,BBF 
ONAGJUL Jamie Del Maslto.12,USC 
BRANTAPR Koji Takahashi.12.ET0B 
PQAGJUL Arnaud Belley-F .12.CNCI 
AACAPR Colin RuSsell.12.UNATT 
ETOBJUN Daniel Zm,12,HWAC 
BCAGJUL Tim Sherstobitotf.12.KAJ 
ABAGJUL Phillip Levert.12,EKSC 
BRANTAPR Ryan Paliert. 1 2.BRANT 
ONT1APR Kurtis Miller.11, SCAR 
ABAGJUL Greg Piper.12.ASSA 
ETOBJUN Kennelh Chan,12,MAC 
PPOMAY Kevin Rioux.12.CARAT 
MSSACMAY Michael Chu.11. CHAMP 
OTTMAR Sleven Medaglia,12,G0 
EKSCMAY Maciek Zielnik l 2.EKSC 
BCAGJUL Chris Cordova.12.HYACK 
BCAGJUL David Chung,12.PSW 
BRANTAPR Jim Mowbray,12,SJL 



27 71 
27.75 
27.77 
2802 
2830 
28.38 

28 44 
28.49 
2859 
2860 
2865 
2869 
2889 
2902 

29 03 
29 03 
29 05 
2912 
2913 
2916 
2921 
29.25 
2930 
2931 



100 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 57.20 Miguel Munoz.ESC.E 



1 00 16 MBSKJUN Trevor Coulman,12.G0LD 
00.69 ETOBJUN Andre* Seamone.12.AAC 

00.71 ONAGJUL Jonathan Tung,12,MAC 
00.80 PQAGJUL Louis-D Dionne,12,CSQ 

0093 ONAGJUL Douglas Grodecki ( 12,HWAC 

0129 CSSCJUN Colin RuSsell,12,UNATT 

02.11 ETOBAPR Koji Takahashi.12.ET0B 
02.19 PQAGJUL Alexander Argen!o.12,BBF 
02 26 EKSCMAR Maciek Zielnik.12.EKSC 
02 28 NYACMAY Robert McDow,12.RHAC 
02.33 BRANTAPR Ryan Pallelt.12,BRANT 
02 70 BCAGJUL Tim Sheislobilolt.12.KAJ 
02 91 ONAGJUL Daniel Zin.12.HWAC 

02 94 PQAGJUL Arnaud Belley-F 12.CNCI 
0298 ABAGJUL Phillip Levert.12.EKSC 
0303 EASTJUL Alex SI 0nge,12.NES 

03.12 EKSCMAR Chad Cnghton,12.STSC 
03 17 EKSCMAY Ronald Chung,12,HYACK 
0324 BRANTAPR Jim Mowbray.12.SJL 
03.24 ONAGJUL Jonathan Long,12,LAC 
03.40 FARWAUG Marc Sze.12.PDSA 
0428 PPOMAY Tobias Oriwol.12.PCSC 
0437 ONAGJUL Michael Chu.12,CHAMP 
0451 ABAGJUL Greg Piper,12.ASSA 
04 76 BRANTAPR Ryan Donally,12,WAC 



200 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 2 05 83 Chuck Sayao.TOMAC.95 

1 2:12.42 PQAGJUL Tobias Oriwol.12.PCSC 

2 2:12.47 ONAGJUL Douglas Grorlecki,12.HWAC 

3 2:13.64 MSSACMAY Colin Russell, 12, UNATT 

4 2:14,11 PPOMAY Michael Ruggiero, 12. CAMO 

5 2:14 75 PQAAPR Louis-D Dionne,12.CSQ 

6 21518 MSSACMAY Andrew Seamone,12,AAC 

7 2 15 84 GOLDMAY Trevor Coulman,12,G0LD 

8 2 1621 ONAGJUL Andrew Baier,12,C0BRA 

9 2 1622 BCAGJUL Tim SherstobttoH. 1 2.KAJ 

10 2 1627 NYACMAY Robert McDow,12,RHAC 

11 216 31 BRANTAPR Ryan Pallelt.12,BRANT 

12 216,51 ONAGJUL Jamie Del Maslro,12.USC 

13 2 16,59 HYACKMAY Maciek Zielnik, 12.EKSC 

14 2:16,70 BRANTAPR Ko|i Takahashi,12,ETOB 

15 216 78 ONAGJUL Jonathan Tijng.12.MAC 

16 217.31 FARWAUG Marc Sze.12 PDSA 

17 21819 ONAGJUL Jonathan Long,12,LAC 

18 2 18 71 PEPSAPR Dominic Pellelief.1 2.CNCB 

19 2 18 77 ONAGJUL Ryan Donally.12 WAC 

20 2 1891 NKBJUN Sleven Medaglia, 12 GO 

21 2 1898 EASTJUL Alex SI Onge. 12.NES 

22 2 19.17 BCAGJUL Robert Nalhan,12JS 

23 2 1922 ABAGJUL Phillip Levert.12.EKSC 

24 2 1929 HYACKMAY Douglas McQueen.12.IS 

25 2 1964 ONAGJUL Justin Waters, 12.MUSAC 



400 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec 4 1904 Chuck Sayao.T0MAC.95 

1 4 36 68 PQAAPR Michael Ruggiero.12,CAM0 

2 438 54 PQAGJUL Tobias Oriwol,12.PCSC 

3 4 40 15 NYACMAY Robert McDow,12,RHAC 

4 4 40 93 ONAGJUL Douglas Grodecki.12.HWAC 

5 4 4203 MBSKJUN Trevor Coulman.12.G0LD 

6 4 44 1 8 ONAGJUL Andiew Baier, 12, COBRA 

7 4 44 44 ONAGJUL Jonathan Long,12,LAC 

8 4 44 75 CSSCJUN Colin Russell.12,UNATT 

9 4:45 37 BCAGJUL Douglas McQueen,12.IS 

10 4 45 87 BRANTAPR Ryan Pallert.12,BRANT 

11 4 4615 ONAGJUL Conrad Aach, 12, ETOB 

12 4 48 55 HYACKMAY Maciek Zielnik.1 2.EKSC 

13 4 4933 BCAGJUL Marc Sze.12.PDSA 

14 4 4950 NKBJUN Sleven Medagha.1 2.G0 

15 4.5024 ONAGJUL Ryan Donally.12,WAC 

16 45031 HYACKMAY Robert Nathan, 12. IS 

17 4:52 95 ONAGJUL Justin Walers.12,MUSAC 

18 4 54 07 PQAGJUL Arnaud Belley-F .12.CNCI 

19 4 54 37 PQAGJUL Paul-A Gelinas.1 2.CNT 

20 4:54 47 BRANTAPR Joey Kehoe,13,MSSAC 

21 454 47 BCAGJUL Graeme Tozer,12,PDSA 

22 4 54 50 MEGOMAY OlivieiGaulhier.12.PPO 

23 4 54 53 PQAGJUL Malthew Potler,12,PCSC 

24 45574 PEPSAPR Dominic Pelletier.12.CNCB 

25 4 55 96 ONAGJUL Jordan Bruce.12.NKB 
1500 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec 1705 50 Nicholas Richards.PCSC.84 

1 18:12 33 PQAGJUL Tobias 0riwol.12.PCSC 

2 18:2513 NYACMAY Robert McDow,12,RHAC 

3 182764 ONAGJUL Douglas Giodecki, 12, HWAC 

4 1833 16 ONAGJUL Andrew Baier.1 2.C0BRA 

5 183330 BCAGJUL Robert Nathan,12,IS 

6 18 36 66 MEGOMAY Olivier Gauthiei.12.PPO 

7 184929 ONAGJUL Sleven Medaglia, 12.G0 

8 185340 LACMAY Jonathan Long, 11, LAC 

9 18 54 91 MBSKJUN Trevor Coulman,12,GOLD 

10 185690 BCAGJUL Douglas McQueen.12.IS 

11 185884 BCAGJUL Marc Sze,12.PDSA 

12 19 01 85 ETOBJUN Conrad Aach,12,ET0B 

13 19:0266 PQAAPR Michael Ruggieio,12,CAMO 

14 190945 PQAGJUL Paul-A Gelinas,12,CNT 

15 19 20 64 ETOBJUN Scott Dickens.12.HWAC 

16 19 21 86 MSSACMAY Colin Russell,12.UNATT 

17 19:2202 PQAGJUL Arnaud Belley-F .12.CNCI 

18 19 25 69 PEPSAPR Dominic Pelleher.1 2.CNCB 

19 19:2737 ONAGJUL Jordan Bruce, 12.NKB 

20 19 29 91 PPOMAY Matthew Potter,12,PCSC 

21 19 40 41 ONAGJUL Jamie Galvin,12,RHAC 

22 19 40 86 NKBJUN Alex Ciampton.12,PERTH 

23 1945 71 ONAGJUL James Reed,12,COBRA 

24 194588 ABAGJUL Chase Reid.11.CASC 

25 195004 PQAGJUL David Toussaint.11.CNSJ 
100 METRES BACKSTROKE 

Rec 1 0603 Greg Miesmer.WAC.92 

1 1 07 46 EKSCMAR Maciek Zielnik.12.EKSC 

2 1 0753 MBSKJUN Trevor Coulman,12,GOLD 

3 1 07 89 ETOBJUN Andrew Seamone.12,AAC 

4 1 09 73 PQAAPR Alexander Atgento.12.BBF 

5 1:09 95 MSSACMAY Thomas Senecal,12.NEW 

6 1 10 02 PQAAPR Louis-D Dionne.12.CSQ 

7 1 1032 FARWAUG Mark Chiew,12,HYACK 

8 1 10 52 EKSCMAY Chns Kargl-Simard.12.KAJ 

9 1 10 60 BCAGJUL Douglas Mc0ueen.12,IS 

10 1 10 70 ONAGJUL Ryan Atkinson,12,LAC 

11 1 10 77 BRANTAPR Ryan Pallett, 12, BRANT 

12 1 10 84 BCAGJUL Tim Sherstobitoff.1 2.KAJ 

13 11111 PPOMAY Tobias 0nwol,12,PCSC 

14 11118 ONAGJUL Alex Crampton,12,PERTH 

15 11133 EKSCMAR Chad Crighton,12,STSC 

16 11217 ONAGJUL Alex Tanton,12,NEW 

17 1 12 46 ONAGJUL Daniel Zin,12.HWAC 

18 1 12 73 CASCMAY Zak Robart,12,KSC 

19 1 12 74 NYACMAY Kurtis Miller, 12, SCAR 

20 1 12 78 PQ2APR Dominic Pelletier.12.CNCB 

21 1 12 84 BCAGJUL Ivan Wong.12,GATOR 

22 1 13 05 PQAGJUL Arnaud Belley-F .12.CNCI 

23 1:13.33 PQAGJUL Maxime Ooiion,12,CNSH 

24 1 1353 ABAGJUL Ward Haggins,12,UCSC 

25 1 13 71 BRANTAPR Jim Mowbray.12,SJL 
200 METRES BACKSTROKE 

Rec 222 40 Andrew Cho.HYACK,91 

1 2 2231 ABAGJUL Trevor Coulman,12,G0LD 

2 2 2483 PQAGJUL Tobias 0nwol.12.PCSC 

3 22683 EKSCMAY Maciek Zielmk.12.EKSC 

4 22893 MSSACMAY Andiew Seamone,12,AAC 

5 229 70 BCAGJUL Douglas McQueen,12,IS 

6 23087 ONAGJUL Coniad Aach 12.ET0B 

7 2.31 06 VICOAPR Chris Kargl-Simatd.12.KAJ 

8 2:31 45 PQAAPR Alexander Argenlo, 12 BBF 

9 2 32 20 ONAGJUL Ryan Alkinson.1 2.LAC 

10 2 32 67 BCAGJUL Tim Sherstobitoll,12,KAJ 

11 233 11 PQ2APR Dominic Pellelier, 12 CNCB 

12 2 33 74 ONAGJUL Alex Crampton 12.PERTH 

13 2 34 11 BCAGJUL Mark Chiew.12,HYACK 

14 2 34 58 CSQMAY Louis-D Dionne,12,CS0 

15 2:3504 CASCMAY Zak Robatt,12,KSC 

16 2 35 34 NYACMAY Robert McDow,12,RHAC 

17 23648 ONAGJUL Andiew Baier.1 2.C0BRA 

18 2 3659 BCAGJUL lvanWong,12,GATOR 

19 2 37 54 ETOBJUN Daniel Zm,12,HWAC 

20 2 37 56 MSSACMAY Thomas Senecal,12,NEW 

21 2 3762 BCAGJUL Erich Schmitt. 12.IS 

22 2 37 94 PQAGJUL Maxime Dorion,12,CNSH 

23 238 09 ABAGJUL Ward Haggins.1 2.UCSC 

24 2 38 37 PQAGJUL Matthew Poller. 12, PCSC 

25 2 38 95 PPOMAY Michael Ruggiero 12.CAMO 



100 METRES BREASTSTROKE 



Ret 


1 1224 David Cheung, 


1 


1 10 83 


FTOR IAN 


2 


1 Hi L/l 


riNAfi mi 


3 


1 16 82 




4 


1 16 84 


EKSCMAY 


5 


1 17 24 


HYACKMAY 


6 


1 1824 


ONAGJUL 


J 


1 18 89 


ONAGJUL 


8 


1 19 59 


FARWAUG 


9 


1 1993 


PQAGJUL 


III 


1 20 04 


I :!.)',( :APP 


It 


1 2II 63 


PPOMAY 


12 


1 2065 


PQAGJUL 


13 


1 20 77 


ONAGJUL 


14 


12106 


ONAGJUL 


15 


12113 


ONAGJUL 


16 


12116 


CDSCAPR 


17 


121 18 


PQAGJUL 


18 


12136 


MSSACMAY 


19 


121 79 


PQAGJUL 


20 


1 22 02 


ETOBJUN 


21 


1 2209 


HYACKMAY 


22 


1 2240 


BCAGJUL 


22 


1 2246 


ETOBAPR 


24 


12319 


ONAGJUL 


25 


1 2327 


BRANTAPR 



200 METRES BREASTSTROKE 

Rec 2 37 89 Steve Lysak,HWAC.91 
1 2 43 14 ONAGJUL Jamie Del Mastto.12.USC 
2 45 14 ONAGJUL Jonathan Tung,12.MAC 
PQAGJUL Tobias 0nwol.12.PCSC 



2 
3 
4 
5 
6 

7 2:51 09 CDSCAPR Kris Homell,12,CASC 



2 45 g 

2:47,21 EKSCMAY Chris Kargl-SimartJ.12,KAJ 

2 50 10 ETOBJAN Garrett Lyall 12 ETOB 

2 50 48 ONAGJUL Ryan Donally.1 2.WAC 



2 51 27 
2 51 30 



ONAGJUL Kenneth Chan,12,MAC 
ONAGJUL Mark Pariselli .1 2.NYAC 



10 2 53 39 HYACKMAY Ronald Chung,12,HYACK 

11 253 73 HYACKMAY Mark Chiew,12,HYACK 
PQAGJUL Kevin Rioux,12,CARAT 
CDSCAPR Robert Starratt.12.CASC 
ONT1APR Goutom Datta.12.NYAC 
OTTMAR Sleven Medaglia, 12.G0 
PQAGJUL Derek Bilai.12.PCSC 
CSQMAY Louis-D Dionne.12.CSQ 
POAGJUL Kevin Chugh,12.DD0 
ONAGJUL Scott Dickens,12,HWAC 

20 2 5834 MSSACMAY Conrad Aach,12,ET0B 

21 25857 BCAGJUL Johnny Wu,12,PDSA 

22 2 58 70 KCSJUN Ryan Freake,12,KAJ 
ETOBJUN Warren Barnes, 12.PICK 
ONAGJUL Gord Hunler.12.NBYT 

NKBJUN Alex Crampton.12,PERTH 



12 2 55 84 

13 2 5600 

14 2 5606 

15 2 5687 

16 256% 

17 2 57 03 

18 2 57 28 

19 25825 



23 25874 

24 25917 

25 25931 



100 METRES BUTTERFLY 

Rec 1 0326 Michael Calkins.lS.90 



1 1:0646 

2 1:0690 

3 1 07 71 

1:08.04 



VICOAPR Chris Kargl-Simard.12,KAJ 
ABAGJUL Trevor Coulman.12,GOLD 
EKSCMAY Ronald Chung,12.HYACK 
PQAGJUL Louis-D. Dionne.12,CSQ 



5 1:08,43 ONAGJUL Sleven Medaglia,12,G0 

6 1 08 72 ONAGJUL Alex Crampton,12.PERTH 

7 10915 EASTJUL Alex St 0nge,12,NES 

8 1 10 20 MSSACMAY Colin Russell, 12 UNATT 

9 1 10 36 NYACMAY Tristan Guerrero. 12.SCAR 

10 1 10 43 ETOBJUN Alex Watson,12,OSHAC 

11 1 10 58 BCAGJUL Douglas McQueen,12,IS 

12 1 10 70 EKSCMAY Maciek Zielnik.1 2.EKSC 

13 1 1080 EASTJUL Justin Kennedy,12,CBS 

14 1 10 92 ONAGJUL James Reed,12,C0BRA 

15 11114 PPOMAY Michael Ruggiero, 13, CAMO 

16 11171 ONT1APR Goutom Datta, 12. NYAC 

17 11198 PPOMAY Tobias 0tiwol,12,PCSC 

18 1 12 04 BCAGJUL Robert Nathan.12.IS 

19 1 12 62 PQAGJUL Kevin Chugh,12,DD0 

20 1 1263 ROWMAY Daniel Mooie,12,BYAC 

21 1 1282 ETOBAPR Koji Takahashi.12,ET0B 

22 11312 ABAGJUL Callum Ng, 12, NCSA 

23 1 1326 PQAGJUL Matthew Pot1er,12,PCSC 

24 1 1330 MSSACMAY Ian MacKinnon, 12, FINS 

25 1 13 37 BCAGJUL David Chung, 12, PSW 
200 METRES BUTTERFLY 

Rec 2 19 88 Jonathan Cantin PLUS.91 

1 2 2569 VICOAPR Chris Kargl-Simard.12.KAJ 

2 2:3066 0NT1APR Steven Medaglia, 12.G0 
ONAGJUL Alex Crampton,12,PERTH 



236.61 

2 3733 ONAGJUL Conrad Aach, 12.ET0B 



5 2 3760 ETOBJUN Alex Watson,12,OSHAC 

6 23766 ONAGJUL James Reed,T2 COBRA 

7 2 38 13 PQAAPR Michael Ruggieio,12.CAMO 

8 2.3835 PQAGJUL Louis-D Dionne,12,CSQ 

9 2 3968 BCAGJUL Robert Nathan, 12, IS 

10 23981 0NT1APR Goutom Dalla.12, NYAC 

11 23984 PQAAPR Matthew Potter, 1 2.PCSC 

12 2 4095 PQAGJUL Paul-A Gelinas,12,CNT 

13 2 4121 ONAGJUL Jason Chan 12 TORCH 

14 2 41 22 ABAGJUL Marcus Greenshields 12.C0NNU 

15 2 41 74 PQAGJUL Kevin Chugh,12,DD0 

16 2 42 12 MSSACMAY Colin Russell.12.UNATT 

17 243 15 NFAAAMAY Justin Kennedy, 12, CBS 

18 2 43 24 ROWMAY Daniel Mooie,12,BYAC 

19 2 43 50 ONAGJUL Mark Pariselli, 12.NYAC 

20 2 43 52 LUSCMAY Jonathan Connerty,12.BRANT 

21 2 43 54 EKSCMAY Maic Sze,12,PDSA 

22 243 73 EKSCMAY Maciek Zielnik, 12, EKSC 



23 2438 

24 2 44 36 



ONAGJUL Jordan Bruce,12.NKB 
ABAGJUL Michael Stiandbeirj.12.0SC 



25 2 44 80 NBTRSMAY Alex SI 0nge.12,NES 



200 METRES IND MEDLEY 

Rec 2 2181 Brian Johns.RACER.95 

1 22746 ABAGJUL Trevor Coulman.12,GOLD 

2 227 47 VICOAPR Chris Kargi-Simaid 12.KAJ 

3 229 74 PQAGJUL Tobias 0nwol.12,PCSC 

4 2 30 51 ONAGJUL Jamie Del Maslro,12,USC 

5 2 31 36 ONAGJUL Douglas Grodecki.12.HWAC 

6 231 49 ONAGJUL Ryan Donally,12,WAC 

7 232 46 ONAGJUL Coniad Aach,12 ETOB 

8 2 32 48 ONAGJUL Alex Cramplon,12,PERTH 

9 232,51 ONT1APR Sleven Medaglia, 12.G0 

10 2 34 06 ETOBJUN Andrew Seamone.12.AAC 

11 2 34 12 EKSCMAR Maciek Zielnik 12.EKSC 

12 2 34 72 CSOMAY Louis-D Dionne,12,CSQ 

13 235 11 MSSACMAY Colin Russell. 12. UNATT 

14 2 35 23 BCAGJUL Mark Chiew.12.HYACK 

15 2 35 79 BCAGJUL Tim Sheistobitofl.12,KAJ 

16 2 3624 NBTRSMAY Alex St Onge. 12, NES 

17 2 36 40 BRANTAPR Ryan Pallett, 12, BRANT 

18 23645 BCAGJUL Robert Nathan,12,IS 

19 2 37 55 HYACKMAY Douglas McQueen,12,IS 

20 2 3790 PQAGJUL Steve Deslorges.11.CAG 

21 2.37 95 ETOBJUN Jonathan Long,12,LAC 

22 2 3796 AACAPR Robert McDow,12,RHAC 

23 23835 ONAGJUL Mark Panselh.1 2.NYAC 

24 2 3864 EKSCMAY Ronald Chung,12,HYACK 

25 2 3924 PQ2APR Dominic Pelletier.12.CNCB 
400 METRES IND MEDLEY 

Rec 5 03 60 Andrew Cho.HYACK.91 

1 510 71 PQAGJUL Tobias Oriwol.12,PCSC 

2 5 1362 VICOAPR Chris Katgl-Simard.12,KAJ 

3 5 1552 ABAGJUL Trevor Coulman.12,G0LD 

4 5:1648 ONAGJUL Douglas Grodecki,12,HWAC 

5 5 1661 ONAGJUL Sleven Medaglia,12,G0 

6 5 1848 ONAGJUL Conrad Aach,12.ET0B 

7 5 25 26 ONAGJUL Alex Crampton.12,PERTH 

8 5:2715 ONAGJUL Ryan Donally,12,WAC 

9 5 27 88 PEPSAPR Dominic Pelleliei.12.CNCB 

10 52903 UTORJUN Goulom Datta,12,NYAC 

11 53053 PPOMAY Michael Ruggrero.12.CAMO 

12 5 31 00 ONAGJUL Jonathan Long 12.LAC 

13 5 31 34 BRANTAPR Ryan Pallett, 1 2.BRANT 

14 5 31 67 BCAGJUL Robert Nathan l 2.IS 

15 5 32 52 BCAGJUL Douglas McQueen, 12, IS 

16 5 33 14 ONAGJUL Mark Pansellr.12.NYAC 

17 53421 HYACKMAY Ronald Chung,12,HYACK 

18 5 34 35 NYACMAY Robert McDow,1 2.RHAC 

19 5 34 38 BCAGJUL Mate Sze,12,PDSA 

20 535 07 PQAGJUL Matthew Potter,12,PCSC 

21 5:35 51 ONAGJUL Andiew Baier.12 COBRA 

22 5 35 83 ETOBJUN Jonathan Tung,12,MAC 

23 536 06 EKSCMAR Maciek Zielmk,12,EKSC 

24 5 36 56 ETOBJUN James Reed,12,C0BRA 

25 537 24 BRANTAPR Joey Kehoe,13,MSSAC 
4X50 MEDLEY RELAY 

Rec 2 0696 Mississauga ACTOMAC.92 

1 21236 ONAGJUL Hamill-WentworthAC.HWAC 

2 2 13 82 BCAGJUL Hyack Swim Club.HYACK 

3 2 13 98 CDSCAPR Cascade Swim Club.CASC 

4 2 14 50 PPOMAY Pomte Claire SC.PCSC 

5 216 80 FARWAUG Pacific Dolphin SA.PDSA 

6 2 18 20 ONAGJUL London AC.LAC 

7 2 18 24 HYACKMAY Edmonton Keyano.EKSC 

8 2 18 35 ONAGJUL Etobicoke SC.ETOB 

9 2 18 39 BCAGJUL Island Swimming, IS 

10 2 1953 ONAGJUL Toronto Champs CHAMP 

11 220 16 0NT1APR Newmarket SCNEW 

12 220 90 ONAGJUL Scarborough SCSCAR 

13 2 21 00 0NT1APR North York AC, NYAC 

14 221 03 BRANTAPR Perth Stingrays.PERTH 

15 2:21 04 ONAGJUL Scarborough OlympiansJORCH 

16 2 21 37 ABAGJUL Alberta SummeiStars.ASSA 

17 2 21 64 OTTMAR Glouc-Ottawa Kingtish GO 

18 2:22.39 ONAGJUL Markham AC.MAC 

19 2 23 30 PQAAPR Beaconslield Bluetins.BBF 

20 2:23 71 PQAAPR Montreal Aquatigue.CAMO 

21 2:23 80 OTTMAR Nepean Kanata.NKB 

22 2 23 89 ABAGJUL Nose Creek SA.NCSA 

23 2 24 30 BCAGJUL Vancouver Gators.GATOR 

24 2 24 96 ABAGJUL Umv Calgary SC.UCSC 

25 2 2545 0NT2APR Ernestown Barracudas EBSC 
4X50 FREE RELAY 

Rec 1 54 21 Hamilt-Wentworth AC.HWAC.91 

1 15716 ONAGJUL Hamilt-Wentworth AC, HWAC 

2 1 57 77 HYACKMAY Edmonton Keyano.EKSC 

3 1 5830 HYACKMAY Hyack Swim Club.HYACK 

4 1 :59 23 FARWAUG Pacilic Dolphin SA.PDSA 

5 2:01 56 CDSCAPR Cascade Swim Club.CASC 

6 2:01 77 ONAGJUL Maikham AC.MAC 

7 2:01.89 ONT1APR North York AC. NYAC 

8 2:01 97 0NT1APR Newmarket SC.NEW 

9 2:02.16 ONAGJUL London AC.LAC 

10 2 0298 ONAGJUL Scarborough OlympiansJORCH 

11 2:03.10 PPOMAY Pointe Claire SC.PCSC 

12 2 03 62 BCAGJUL Island Swimming.lS 

13 2 03 66 ONAGJUL Scarborough SCSCAR 

14 2 03 93 BCAGJUL Vancouver Gators.GATOR 

15 2 04 44 ONAGJUL Toronto Champs.CHAMP 

16 2 05 37 ETOBJUN Etobicoke SC.ETOB 

17 2 05 40 MBSKJUN Mania Swim Club.MANTA 

18 2 06 22 KCSJUN Pacific Sea Wolves.PSW 

19 206 33 ABAGJUL Alberta SummerSlars.ASSA 

20 206 67 BRANTAPR Biantlotd AC.BRANT 

21 2 06 74 PQAAPR Beaconslield Bluetins.BBF 

22 2 06 95 KCSJUN Fiaset Valley Spartans.SPART 

23 206 96 0NT2APR Ernestown Barracudas EBSC 

24 207 10 NKBMAY Nepean Kanata.NKB 

25 207 49 CSQMAY Natation CSQ.CSQ 



SWIMNEWS SEPTEMBER 1997 



41 



TOP AGE GROUP TIMES 



GIRLS 
13-14 



it METRES FREESTYLE 

%c X51 la Veu&MC 



jtt 



2662 ONSRJU.OnssyMacAuUy.unOB 

2758 Y0UTWMYAsfHeyGovan.13.PCSC 

27 70 JRHATJU.JesscBndsnavt13C0M0X 
27.71 BCAGJUL Andrea Donohoe.H.CHENA 

37 71 WTRSMAY Soira Ouirk H.SBSC 
7772 CANAUG Mictefie PcHoa.U.RDCSC 
27 79 ONSRJUl Jama McUan.14.ET0B 
2780 EGUPJUL /tttauKaney.lMAC 
27 S3 BCAGJUL Shsena Barlel.14.PN 
27 91 HTACAPH Vtforia Lilly 14 FAST 

27 96 0NT2APR Ins EllKH.14.KBM 

2BQ2 YfJUTHMAY Kelly Stetanyshyn.14 MANTA 
2809 PPOMAY AmeleFlynn.14.BBf 
28 13 JRNATJUL Kelly OToc4e.14.EKSC 

28 IS BCAGJUL Tamee Ebert.14.PDSA 
28 18 ONSRJUl Lauren Vopf.13.CPAC 
28 18 ONAGJUL Laura Pomeroy.13.OAK 
2820 ONAGJUL Jess* Mytiill.l4.GMAC 



4 SPART 

rfle.14.EBSC 
Spadaro.l3.PDSA 



100 


METRES FREESTYLE 




Rec 






NT.91 








Andrea Donohoe.RCHENA 








Jennifer Frat»i.13.SSMAC 








Lauren VogfJ3.CPAC 


< 






LesleCove.14RDCSC 


5 






Chrissy MacAulay.14.ET08 


6 






TarreeErjert.14.PDSA 








Jessie Bradsraw 13.C0M0X 


■ 






Celt, Stetanyshyn.M.MANTA 


• 








■ 






l«cWtePoirler.'l4.RDCSC 


■■ 


10066 




ilizaoeth Collins. 14. ROO 


'2 


10071 








• X iC 






'< 


10102 






15 


1U1.13 




(n^Maclenren.14.ET0B 




10120 






17 


10122 




Wny Gill.l4 ROD 




10124 




9eptBnieEnglish.14.BTSC 


19 


10141 




Tracy A/ct».14R0D 


20 


10151 




Andrea Hayifen.14.GPP 


21 


10153 




Jessie Mytiill.13.GMAC 




10157 






23 


10161 






2< 


10162 






25 










METRES 






fee 










. 5 ._ 








20919 








20923 








20997 






: 


21006 








21066 






a 


21128 








21137 








21154 








211 88 








21198 








21201 








21240 






- 


21268 






- 


21270 




*Sss3Hodgson.13MSSAC 




21270 




Tracy A/chsr.l4R0D 


■i 


21274 




>sss.ei>«T-f'3«V<s: 


19 


21278 






Z 


21282 


-■:■/)!'-■ 




21 


VYf. 






22 


21310 






23 


21311 






24 


21319 






25 


21320 


mimtti 




42 



1 997 LONG COURSE TAG 



® 



MUHtS FREESTYLE 

4 14 60 Stunnon Sinitfi.HYACK.76 



1 


4 14 


CANAUG 


2 


4 30 38 


CANAUG 


3 


4 33 49 




4 


43364 




5 


43551 




6 


43599 


icurjui 




43605 


0NT1APR > 


8 


4:3627 


PQAAPR i 


9 


43638 


JRNATJUL . 


10 


4 36 60 


NYACMAY 


11 


4 36 70 


PQAAPR i 


12 


4 36 71 


YOUTHMAY 


13 


4 36 77 


MSSACMAY 


14 


43703 


YOUTHMAY 


15 


4 3763 


ECUPJUL 


16 


43779 


ECUPJUL 


17 


4 38 36 


FARWAUG 


18 


4 38 68 


ETOBJUN 


19 


4 38 84 


ONAGJUL 


20 


4 38 85 


NFAAAMAY 


21 


4 38 95 


ETOBJUN 


22 


43908 


JRNATJUL 


23 


43936 


ONAGJUL . 


24 


4 4064 


0NT1APR 




4 41 74 


0NT2APR 


800 


METRES FREESTYLE 


Rec 


844 45 


Michelle Sallee. 


1 


8:52.21 


CANAUG 


2 


91689 


BCAGJUL 


■ : 


92268 


ZAJACMAY 


4 


9:24.79 


ONAGJUL 


5 


9:2535 


NYACMAY 


6 


9:25.88 


ONAGJUL 


7 


9:27.40 


FARWAUG 


8 


9:27.97 


ONAGJUL 


9 


9:28.18 


ETOBJUN 


10 


9:28.53 


ONAGJUL 


11 


9:31.60 


MSSACMAY 


12 


9:33.89 


MEGOMAY 


13 


9:34.02 


ECUPJUL 


14 


9:34.75 


MBSKJUN 


15 


9:35.06 


ONAGJUL 


16 


9:36.28 


EKSCMAY 


17 


9:37.53 


CAGMSAUG 


18 


938.45 


PQAAPR 


19 


938 99 


EKSCMAY 


2t 


93952 


ETOBJUN 


21 


94060 


PPOMAY 


22 


9:41.11 


ONAGJUL 




9:41.41 


JRNATJUL 


• 


9 42 75 


MEGOMAY 


25 


9:42.75 


YOUTHMAY 


100 


METRES BACKSTROK 


Ret 


1 03.28 


Nancy Gaiapick 


1 


1:0506 


YOUTHMAY 


2 


1:05.95 




! 


1:06.32 


YOUTHMAY 


4 


1:07.43 


YOUTHMAY 


5 


1:07.50 


CANAUG 


6 


107.99 


ONAGJUL 


7 


1:08.30 


JRNATJUL 


E 


108.40 


0NT2APR 


9 


1 0895 


YOUTHMAY 


10 


108.95 


ETOBJUN 


11 


109.02 




12 


109.24 


YOUTHMAY 


13 


109.27 


BCAGJUL 


14 


1:09.34 


ONAGJUL 


15 


1 09 39 


NKBJUN 


16 


109 41 


ETOBAPR 


17 


1:09.46 


ETOBJUN 


18 


1:0966 


ABAGJJL 


19 


1.09.68 


MEGOMAY 


20 


109.73 


ONAGJUL 


21 


1:10.03 


ZAJACMAY 


22 


110.05 


MEGOMAY 




1:10.10 


PPOMAY 




1:10.35 


ONAGJUL 






YOUTHMAY 


200 


METRE' 


BACKSTROK 






EVANSJUL 




22033 


ONAGJUL 




222.75 


ONSRJUL 




22380 


ONSRJUL 




2 23 93 


YOUTHMAY 




225 68 


ONSRJUL 




2 25 88 


CAGMSAUG 




22648 


ONAGJUL 




22664 


BCAGJUL 


10 


22732 


ONAGJUL 


11 


22783 


YOUTHMAY 


12 


22785 


JRNATJUL 


13 


22823 


YOUTHMAY 


■i 


228 76 


ONAGJUL 


15 


2.2886 


EKSCMAY 


16 


228.87 


YOUTHMAY 


17 


229.15 


YOUTHMAY 


18 


22958 


ABAGJUL 


19 


22995 


YOUTHMAY 


20 


23055 


NBTRSMAY 


21 


2:30.71 


PQAGJUL 


22 


23139 


YOUTHMAY 


23 


23140 


POAGJUL 


24 


231.45 


0HT2APR 


25 


23155 


YOUTHMAY 



iBell.14.IS 



HWAC 
I.14.ET0B 



1.NKB 



i.ROD 



HTAC.76 



100 METRES BREASTSTROKE 

Rec: 1:09.84 Allison Higson,ESC,86 

CAGMSAUG Muhss;i Oyson,13,EKSC 
ONAGJUL Chrissy MacAulay,14,ET0B 
ZAJACMAY Wendy Yip,14,PDSA 
CAGMSAUG Michelle Poiiiei,l4,RDCSC 
PQAGJUl ls,ilielleMousse,13,CSQ 
ONAGJUI S,ii,illBI,K:k.l3,HWAC 
JRNATJUL Annie Li20tle.14.CNCB 
JRNATJUL AdrienneGabarto,14,ETOB 

ONAGJUL Christy Anderson.14.STARS 
ECUPJUL Katie Nelson,14,OSC 
YOUTHMAY Maiie-C Guilberl, 14, GAMIN 

ONAGJUL Laura Pomeroy.13,0AK 
YOUTHMAY Julie Unrau, 1 4.HYACK 
YOUTHMAY Taliana F3arijegiav.14.ETOB 
ONAGJUL Aiiane Kich. 13.GMAC 
ONAGJUL Shayna Burns,14,CHAMP 
ONAGJUL Christina Lecompte,14,USC 
ONAGJUI Danielle Gordon.13,HWAC 
ONAGJUL Janice Koon.14.ETOB 
PQAGJUL Marieve De Blois.13.CNTR 
ABAGJUL Emma Spooner.14.NCSA 
ONAGJUL SaraRichmire,14,0SAC 
FARWAUG Joanna Lee,13,MSSAC 
ONAGJUL Lindsay Meisnet.13.MAC 
ABAGJUL Afinamay Pierse,13 EKSC 
200 METRES BREASTSTROKE 
Rec: 2:31 .20 Allison Higson.ESC.fi 



1 


1:13.31 


2 


1:14.70 


3 


1:14,88 


4 


1:15.62 


5 


1:16.52 


6 


1:17.19 


7 


1:17.23 


8 


1:17.72 


9 


1 W 99 


10 


1:18.22 


11 


1:18.32 


I..' 


1 IS 1 ). 1 


13 


1:18.85 


14 


1:18.92 


15 


1:19.05 


16 


1:19.06 


17 


1 1918 


18 


1:19.23 


19 


1:19.23 


20 


1:1942 


21 


1:19.54 


22 


1:19.75 


23 


1:1990 


24 


1:2016 


25 


1:20.32 



2:41.31 
2:43.01 
2:43.10 
2:43.27 
2:43.37 
2:45.12 
2:45.17 
2:45.26 
2:45.90 
2:46.71 
2:47.19 
2:48.03 
2:49.15 
2:49.28 
2:49.86 
250.04 
250.22 
2:50.34 
2 50 47 
250.62 
2:51.11 
2:51.95 
2:52.73 
2:53.03 
253. 



CAGMSAUG l*liv„j[1y:.J)ii.i:UKSC 
ONAGJUL Eun Keong Sung,14.ET0B 
ONAGJUL Chrissy MacAulay,14,ET0B 
BCAGJUL Wendy Yip, 14.PDSA 
JRNATJUL AdrienneGabarto.14.ETOB 
CANAUG Michelle Poirier,14,RDCSC 
YOUTHMAY Annie Lizotte,1 3.CNCB 
ETOBJUN Sarah Black,13,HWAC 
ECUPJUL Christy Anderson,14,STARS 
ECUPJUL Katie Nelson,14,0SC 
PQAGJUL Isabelle Morasse.1 3.CSQ 
ONAGJUL Shayna Burns,14,CHAMP 
ECUPJUL Danielle Gordon,13.HWAC 
ONAGJUL Julie Babin,14,ET0B 
PQAGJUL Maiie-C. Guilberl, 14, GAMIN 
PQAGJUL Florence Bedard-R „14,CAM0 
BCAGJUL Natalie Munay,14,SPART 
BCAGJUL Julie Unrau.HHYACK 
FARWAUG Joanna Lee,13,MSSAC 
PQAGJUL Catherine Belanger,14,RCA 
BCAGJUL Krislen Nelson,14,IS 
ABAGJUL Lesley Williams,14,STSC 
ETOBJUN Jessica Devenpart.13.HWAC 
ONAGJUL Ingrid Niedra,13,ACE 
ABAGJUL LeahSchaab,13,UCSC 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
l', 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 

100 METRES BUTTERFLY 

Rec: 1:02.87 Julie Howaid, BRANT, 91 

04.42 YOUTHMAY Audrey Lacroix.1 3.CSQ 

2 1:05.17 ONAGJUL Jennifer Fratest.1 3.SSMAC 

3 1:05.59 YOUTHMAY Tracy Archer.14,R0D 
ONAGJUL Eun Keong Sung.14,ET0B 
PQAGJUL Stephanie " ' 



05.17 
05.59 
06.11 
06.27 
06.46 
0654 
06.75 
0695 

06 98 
0701 
0708 
0735 
0739 
0754 

07 76 
07.85 
0786 

14 
27 



47 
08.61 



,14.CAG 

YOUTHMAY Karine Tcholkayan,14,0D0 
ONAGJUL Cynthia Pearce,14,MSSAC 
MBSKJUN Kelly Slelanyshyn,14,MANTA 
BCAGJUL Jessie Bradshaw,13,C0M0X 
BCAGJUL Julie Unrau,14,HYACK 
PEPSAPR Melissa Latlamme.RRCA 
YOUTHMAY Elizabeth Collins.1 4.R0D 
YOUTHMAY Emily Aubie,14,BLAST 
ONAGJUL Lindsay Burton,13,NKB 
ONAGJUL Larne Shaw,14,G0 
PQAGJUL Amelie Flynn.14.BBF 
ETOBJUN Kristy MacLennan.14.ET0B 
ABAGJUL Jennifer Graf,13,R0D 
OTTMAR Lauren Vogl,13,CPAC 
YOUTHMAY Jennifer Hare,13,STSC 
JRNATJUL Meghan Brown,13,PDSA 
MBSKJUN Amy Gill,14.R0D 
ABAGJUL Kristina O'Brien l 4.EKSC 
EKSCMAY Michelle Poirier,1 4.RDCSC 
ONAGJUL Nancy Ga|OS,13,ET0B 



200 METRES BUTTERFLY 

Rec: 2 15.76 Sandra Marchand,ENL,88 

1 2:22.26 YOUTHMAY Tracy Archer,14,R00 

2 2:23.17 CANAUG Eun Keong Surig.14.ET0B 

3 2:25.08 PQAAPR Audrey Lacroix,13,CSQ 

4 2:26.04 BCAGJUL Julie Unrau,14,HYACK 

5 2:26.38 ONAGJUL Kristy MacLennan,14,ET0B 

6 2:28,05 PQAGJUL Stephanie Barbe,14,CAG 

7 2:28,17 YOUTHMAY Emily Aubie,14,BLAST 

8 2:28.49 ECUPJUL Leah Murrin,13,SJL 

9 2:28.51 ONAGJUL Erin Scheel.14.0SAC 

10 2:28.83 YOUTHMAY Laine Shaw.14.G0 

11 2:28,89 JRNATJUL Jessie Bradshaw,13,C0M0X 

12 2:28,89 JRNATJUL Amanda Mallette.1 4.DD0 

13 2:29.12 YOUTHMAY Leah Dykeman,14,C0M0X 

14 2:29 93 CUDAJUL Heather Rochette.1 4.BBF 

15 2:30 12 PEPSAPR Melissa Laflamme,14,RCA 

16 2.30.23 EKSCMAY Brigitta Olson,1 4.UCSC 

17 2:30.37 YOUTHMAY Lindsay Burlon,13,NKB 

18 2:30.60 ONAGJUL AshleigtiTtiomas.13.USC 

19 2:30.81 YOUTHMAY Meghan Brown, 13.PDSA 

20 2:30.83 YOUTHMAY Karine Tcholkayan,14,DDO 

21 2:30.86 ONAGJUL Carolyn McNeill, 13.MAC 

22 2.31.32 ONAGJUL Tiffany Turner.14.LAC 

23 2:31 44 CDSCAPR Tamee Ebert,13,PDSA 

24 2 31 80 ETOBJUN Alexis Slark.1 4.HWAC 

25 2:31.94 ECUPJUL Marie-C. Trepanier.14,LAVAL 



200 METRES IND. MEDLEY 


Rec: 


2.18.08 


Allison Higson 


ESC88 


1 


2:23.96 


YOUTHMAY 


Kristy MacLennan,14,ET0B 


2 


2:24.41 


ONAGJUL 


Eun Keong Sung,14,ET0B 


3 


2:24.91 


ONAGJUL 


Jennifer Fratesi,13,SSMAC 


4 


2:25.66 


ONAGJUL 


Krislen Bradley,l3,NEW 


5 


2:27.52 


OTTMAR 


Lauren Vogt,13,CPAC 


6 


2:27.67 


BCAGJUL 


Julie Unrau.HHYACK 


7 


;>:'h;'I) 


EKSCMAY 


Tracy Archer, 14.R0D 


8 


2:28.73 


BCAGJUL 


Wendy Yip,14,PDSA 


9 


2:29.31 


ONAGJUL 


Chrissy MacAulay, 14, ETOB 


10 


2:29.64 


YOUTHMAY 


Michelle Poiuer,14,RDCSC 


11 


2:29.90 


EKSCMAY 


Elizabeth Collins.HROD 


12 


2:30.04 


ONAGJUL 


Andrea Szewchuk,14,ET0B 


13 


2:30.07 


MMMAY 


Kelly Stelanyshyn,14,MANTA 


14 


2:30.18 


YOUTHMAY 


Emily Aubie. 14, BLAST 


15 


2:30.56 


YOUTHMAY 


Tamee Eberl,14,PDSA 


16 


2:30.92 


PQAGJUL 


Karel Archambault.14.CNTR 


17 


2:31.07 


BCAGJUL 


Jessie Bradshaw,13,C0M0X 


18 


2:31.68 


ONAGJUL 


Elizabelh Wyclifle,14,EBSC 


19 


2:31.68 


ONAGJUL 


Julie Babin,14,ET0B 


20 


2:32.07 


ONAGJUL 


Jessica De»enpod,13,HWAC 


21 


2:32.09 


ONAGJUL 


Laura Pomeroy,13,0AK 


22 


2:32.20 


PEPSAPR 


Melissa Lallamme,14,RCA 


23 


2:32.31 


NKBMAY 


Lindsay Burton, 13.NKB 


24 


2:32.61 


PPOMAY 


Marieve DeBlois,13,CNTR 


25 


2:32 67 


ONAGJUL 


Chantal Ares,14,G0 



400 METRES IND MEDLEY 

Rec: 4:52.35 Joanne Malar,HWAC,90 

1 5:00.38 ONAGJUL Krisly MacLennan,14,ET0B 

2 5:00.73 ONAGJUL Eun Keong Sung,14,ET0B 

3 5:10.22 YOUTHMAY Tracy Archer.14.R0D 

4 5:10.88 ONAGJUL Julie Babin,14,ET0B 

5 5:1093 JRNATJUL Julie Umau,14,HYACK 

6 5:12.53 ECUPJUL Lauren Vogt.13.CPAC 

7 5:13.49 BCAGJUL Tamee Ebert,14,PDSA 

8 5:13,54 ONAGJUL Krislen Bradley, 13, NEW 

9 5:13.67 YOUTHMAY Andrea Szewchuk,14,ET0B 

10 5:13 74 JRNATJUL Heather Rochette,14,BBF 

11 5:14.34 YOUTHMAY Emily Aubie.14,BLAST 

12 5:15.96 NFAAAMAY Leah Murrin.13.SJL 

13 5:17,53 ONAGJUL Lindsay Burton,13,NKB 

14 5:19.51 ONAGJUL Jessica Devenport,13,HWAC 

15 5:19.55 BCAGJUL Wendy Yip,14,PDSA 

16 5:19.82 PPOMAY Marie-C. Trepanier,14,LAVAL 

17 5:20.04 PQAGJUL Stephanie Barbe,14.CAG 

18 5:20.23 JRNATJUL Annie Lizotte,13,CNCB 

19 5:20,82 LUSCJUN Jennifer Fratesi,13,SSMAC 

20 5:21.55 YOUTHMAY Melissa Dyson.13,EKSC 

21 5:22.07 PEPSAPR Melissa Laflamme,14,RCA 

22 5:22.74 EKSCMAY Elizabeth Collms.HBOD 

23 5:22.77 ABAGJUL Leah Schaab,13,UCSC 

24 5:23.15 HYACKMAY Leah Dykeman,14,C0M0X 

25 5:23.20 CSQMAY Audrey Lacroix, 13, CSQ 
4X50 MEDLEY RELAY 

Rec: 2:03.50 Manta Swim Club,MANTA,96 



1 


2:02.81 


ONAGJUL 


ElobicokeSC.ETOB 


2 


2:04.79 


YOUTHMAY 


Edmonton Keyano.EKSC 


3 


2:05.90 


YOUTHMAY 


Pacilic Dolphin SAPDSA 


4 


2:06 56 


YOUTHMAY 


Regina Opt Dolphins.ROD 


5 


2:08.20 


PQAAPR 


Natation CSQ.CSQ 


6 


2:09.16 


ONAGJUL 


Guelph Martin AC.GMAC 


7 


2:09.32 


ONAGJUL 


Hamilt-Wentworlh AC.HWAC 


8 


2:09.90 


BCAGJUL 


Hyack Swim Club.HYACK 


9 


2:10.42 


YOUTHMAY 


Newmarket SC.NEW 


I0 


210.68 


ONAGJUL 


Mississauga AC.MSSAC 


11 


210 80 


ONAGJUL 


Glouc-Ottawa Kmgfish.GO 


12 


210 94 


PQAAPB 


DollarrJ Swim Team.DOO 


13 


2:11.01 


YOUTHMAY 


Univ.Calgary SC.UCSC 


14 


2:11.13 


MEGOMAY 


CAGalineau.CAG 


15 


2:12.07 


PQAAPR 


Chaudiere-Appalache.RCA 


16 


2:1208 


YOUTHMAY 


Pointe Claire SC.PCSC 


17 


2:12.14 


ONAGJUL 


North York ACNYAC 


18 


2:12.17 


ONAGJUL 


London AC.LAC 


19 


2:12.20 


ABAGJUL 


Red Deer Catalina SCRDCSC 


20 


2.12.45 


MEGOMAY 


Torpilles Repentigny.CNTR 


21 


2:12.48 


ONAGJUL 


Nepean Kanata.NKB 


22 


2:1248 


ABAGJUL 


Cascade Swim Club.CASC 


23 


2:1270 


ONAGJUL 


Owen Sound AC.OSAC 


24 


2 12.94 


ONAGJUL 


Uxbridge SC.USC 


25 


2:12.94 


ONAGJUL 


Barrie Trojans.BTSC 



4X50 FREE RELAY 

Rec: 1:5015 Etobicoke Swimming.ET0B.97 



1 


1:50.15 


YOUTHMAY 


Etobicoke SCETOB 


2 


153.25 


YOUTHMAY 


Regina Opt.Dolphins.ROD 


3 


1:53.49 


BCAGJUL 


Pacilic Dolphin SA.PDSA 


4 


1:55.22 


YOUTHMAY 


Newmarket SC.NEW 


5 


1:55.24 


ONAGJUL 


Mississauga AC.MSSAC 


6 


1:55.59 


ABAGJUL 


Edmonton Keyano.EKSC 


7 


155.64 


PQAAPR 


Pointe Claire SC.PCSC 


8 


1:55.69 


ONAGJUL 


Hamilt-WentworthACHWAC 


9 


1:55.81 


YOUTHMAY 


Univ.Calgary SC.UCSC 


10 


1:56.03 


PQAAPR 


DollarrJ Swim Team.DDO 


11 


1.56.27 


AACAPR 


Oakville AC.OAK 


12 


1:56.47 


ONAGJUL 


Guelph Marlin AC.GMAC 


13 


1:56.54 


ONAGJUL 


Glouc-Ottawa KingfishGO 


14 


1:56.56 


PQAAPR 


Beaconsfield Bluefins.BBF 


15 


1:56.83 


ONAGJUL 


Owen Sound AC.OSAC 


16 


1:57.29 


BCAGJUL 


Eraser Valley Spartans.SPART 


17 


1:57.34 


BCAGJUL 


ChenaSwim Club.CHENA 


18 


1:57.67 


ABAGJUL 


Red Deer Catalina SCRDCSC 


19 


1:57.84 


ONAGJUL 


London AC.LAC 


20 


1:57.86 


ONAGJUL 


Nepean Kanata.NKB 


21 


1:5790 


ABAGJUL 


Cascade Swim Club.CASC 


22 


1:57.97 


ONAGJUL 


Barrie Trojans.BTSC 


23 


1:58.08 


0NT1APR 


Uxbridge SC.USC 


24 


1:58.61 


BCAGJUL 


Hyack Swim Club.HYACK 


25 


1:58.65 


PQAAPR 


Natation CSQCSQ 



SWIMNEWS SEPTEMBER 1997 



TOP AGE GROUP TIMES 



1997 LONG COURSE TAG 



® 



BOYS 
13-14 



50 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 24 39 Yannick Lupien,CAGBA94 

1 24.98 BCAGJUL Brian Johns.14.RACER 

2 25.04 ONT3APR Adam Sioui.RTD 

3 25.55 ONAGJUL Bob Phipps, 14, COBRA 

4 25.83 ONAGJUL David Whang.13.ETOB 

5 25.91 ECUPJUL Pascal Lau2on.14,HIPPO 

6 25.93 FARWAUG Chuck Sayao.14.PDSA 

7 25.98 BCAGJUL Jason Joo,13.PDSA 

8 26 12 ABAGJUL Lee Rarfa,14,UCSC 

9 26 21 PQ2APR Daniel Emond,14,EXCEL 

10 2624 ONAGJUL Remy DiGiovanni. 1 4 MSSAC 

11 26 30 ONAGJUL Greg Bacon.14,C0BRA 

12 26 30 ABAGJUL Ramsey Ezzat.1 4.YLSC 

13 26.32 ONAGJUL Danny Collins.1 4.STARS 

14 26.35 EKSCMAY Boirey Kim.ROSC 

15 26.35 PQAGJUL Francois Castonguay.14.CNSJ 

16 26.36 MMMAYBnanVengin.13.MM 

17 26 36 ONAGJUL Matthew Liberatore,14.ET0B 

18 26.50 PQAGJUL Beniamin Gadoury,14,CSQ 

19 26.54 ECUPJUL Richard Hui.14,RHAC 

20 26.60 EKSCMAY James Hibberd.14.UCSC 

21 26.60 ONAGJUL Derek Breckenridge.14.NKB 

22 26.64 ONT1APR Nick Langan,14,SCAR 

23 2664 ONAGJUL VladGuerrero.14.SCAR 

24 26.68 ONAGJUL BiendanBeamish,13,TRENT 

25 26 70 HYACKMAY Jeremy Verhoeven.14.SSC 
100 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 52.91 Yannick Lupien.CAGRA.94 

1 53.68 YOUTHMAY Brian Johns.14,RACER 

2 55.27 ONAGJUL Bob Phipps,14,C0BRA 

3 5626 ONAGJUL David Whang.13.ET0B 

4 56 37 FARWAUG Chuck Sayao, 1 4.PDSA 

5 56.53 0NT3APR Adam Sioui 14.TD 

6 5653 ABAGJUL Lee Raf1a.14.UCSC 

7 5659 PQAGJUL Benjamin Gadoury.14.CSQ 

8 56 74 ONAGJUL Matthew Liberalore.14.ETOB 

9 56 93 ONAGJUL Remy DiGiovanni, 14.MSSAC 

10 5702 PQAGJUL Kevin Monaghan.14.CSQ 

11 5729 MBSKJUN Brian Verigin.13.MM 

12 57 30 PQAGJUL Pascal Lauzon.14.WPPO 

13 5745 PQAGJUL Daniel Emond.REXCEL 

14 5752 ABAGJUL Matt Bowkowy 14.LEDUC 

15 57.60 ONAGJUL Jason Chaibonneau.14.WAC 

16 57.81 ETOBJUN Bradley Vandeikam.14.LAC 

17 57.93 ONAGJUL Jonathan Gray.14.HWAC 

18 57.98 CASCMAY Ryan Remington.14.CASC 

19 5798 EASTJUL Adam Ferguson, 14.MWC 

20 58.08 KCSJUN ChadThomsen.14.LL 

21 5817 ONAGJUL Justin Harmsworth.RLAC 

22 58 19 EASTJUL Andy White. 14.WTSC 

23 58.34 BCAGJUL Dorian Scroggs.14, IS 

24 5835 0NT1APR Derek Breckenridge.14.NKB 

25 5835 BCAGJUL Ryan Malone.14.NRST 
200 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec 1:55 97 Brian Johns.RACER.97 

1 1 5597 YOUTHMAY Brian Johns.RRACER 

2 2:0058 FARWAUG Chuck Sayao.14.PDSA 

3 2:0151 ONAGJUL Bob Phipps,14,C0BRA 

4 2:0399 ONAGJUL Brett Tolllemire,14,WAC 

5 2:04 32 JRNATJUL Matt Bowkowy. RLEDUC 

6 2:0442 FARWAUG Andrew Hurd.14 MSSAC 

7 2:04 47 ONAGJUL John McErlain.14.RHAC 

8 2:05 02 BCAGJUL Brenl OConnor.13,PDSA 

9 205 09 M8SKJUN Brian Verigin.13.MM 

10 205 25 ONAGJUL Justin Harmsworlh.14.LAC 

11 2 05.26 CSQMAR Alex Boulanger.14.CSQ 

12 2:05 70 MSSACMAYCahillDalhouse.14.TSC 

13 2:05 77 ECUPJUL Adam Moore,14.FAST 

14 2 05 86 PQAGJUL Daniel Emond.REXCEL 

15 2 0593 PQAGJUL Benjamin Gadoury.14.CSQ 

16 2 06 31 BCAGJUL Dorian Scroggs.14 IS 

17 2:06 44 AACAPR Adam Sioui.RTD 

18 2 0657 ABAGJUL Derek Hauser.14.0SC 

19 2 6 74 PQAAPR Frederic Cayen.14.RCA 

20 2 06 75 ONAGJUL Davis Hutchmgs, 14 MUSAC 

21 206 81 ONAGJUL Jonathan Gray, 14, HWAC 

22 20686 TBTMAY Stuart Slarkey.RMANTA 

23 2:07.30 ONAGJUL Ian MacLeod,13,USC 

24 207.31 PQ2APR Pascal Lauzon, 14, HIPPO 

25 2:07 62 VICOAPR Jesse Jacks, 14JS 



400 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec 4:05 63 Jamie Stevens.MANTA.89 

1 405.69 YOUTHMAY Bnan Johns, 14, RACER 

2 4:09 52 FARWAUG Chuck Sayao, 14, PDSA 

3 4:16 37 ONAGJUL Andrew Hurd.RMSSAC 

4 4:1835 PHNIXMAY Jesse Jacks. 1 4.IS 

5 4 2067 YOUTHMAY Brenl 0'Connor,13.PDSA 

6 4 20 74 ONAGJUL Bob PhippsR.COBRA 

7 4:22 97 ONAGJUL Remy DiGiovanni, 14, MSSAC 

8 423 12 ECUPJUL Adam Moore, 14, FAST 

9 423 24 ONAGJUL John McErlain.1 4.RHAC 

10 4 23 26 MSSACMAYCahillDalhouse.14.TSC 

11 4 24 40 EKSCMAY Stuart Slarkey.RMANTA 

12 4 25 95 HYACKMAY Dorian Scroggs.1 3.IS 

13 4:2781 POAAPR Frederic Cayen.RRCA 

14 4:2851 ABAGJUL Derek Hauser.14.0SC 

15 4:28 73 ONAGJUL Davis Hutchings, 14.MUSAC 

16 428 76 0NT1APR Brett Tofflemne, 14, WAC 

17 4:2934 ONAGJUL David Whang, 13, ETOB 

18 42940 0NT1APR Bryan McMillan, 14, GMAC 

19 4 2947 ONAGJUL Kevin Calaguuo.RHWAC 

20 4 29 53 MBSKJUN Karim Abdulla.1 4.R0D 

21 4 29 95 MSSACMAY Mark Sy, 14, CREST 

22 4:3052 MBSKJUN Ramsey Ezzat.14.YLSC 

23 4:3066 ONAGJUL Chris Simard-Dona1o.14.GO 

24 4:3087 ONAGJUL Jonathan Gray.RHWAC 

25 4 3110 PQAAPR Marc Prud'Homme.RBBF 
1500 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 16 00 93 Alex Baumann.LUSC.79 

1 16 35 12 FARWAUG Chuck Sayao, 14. PDSA 

2 16 36 95 BCAGJUL Brent O'Connor, 13.PDSA 

3 165560 PHNIXMAY Jesse Jacks.1 4.IS 

4 170566 FARWAUG Andrew Hurd.RMSSAC 

5 17:10 47 ONAGJUL John McErlain.14.RHAC 

6 171151 JRNATJUL Karim Abdulla.1 4.R0D 

7 17 2196 TBTMAY Stuart Slarkey.RMANTA 

8 172443 PQAGJUL Kevin Monaghan.RCSQ 

9 172885 BCAGJUL Dorian Scroggs.14.IS 

10 1730 81 PQAAPR Frederic Cayen.RRCA 

11 17.3437 HYACKMAY Brian Johns.RRACER 

12 17.3482 ONAGJUL Davis Hutchings.RMUSAC 

13 173593 FARWAUG Remy DiGiovanni.RMSSAC 

14 17:3969 ETOBJUN Chris VandeVrande,15,B0SS 

15 174091 VICOAPR Terry Nathan.RIS 

16 17 43 14 ONAGJUL Jordan Chit1ley.14.NYAC 

17 174358 ECUPJUL Kevin Calaguuo.RHWAC 

18 174461 LACMAY Brett Totllemire,14,WAC 

19 174505 NBTRSMAY Adam Moore, RFAST 

20 174521 BCAGJUL Travis Musgrave,13.C0M0X 

21 17 4794 ETOBJUN Bryan McMillan.RGMAC 

22 174838 ONAGJUL Andrew Coupland.13.G0 

23 17 51 04 ABAGJUL Derek Hauser.14.0SC 

24 17 52 84 NYACMAY Ian Vickers.1 3.NYAC 

25 1753 15 ONAGJUL Chris Brewer, 13.RHAC 
100 METRES BACKSTROKE 

Rec 1 00 30 Bnan Johns.RACER.97 

1 1 0030 JRNATJUL Brian Johns.RRACER 

2 1:02.57 JRNATJUL David Whang,13,ET0B 

3 1:0289 FARWAUG Chuck Sayao.14.PDSA 

4 1 02 99 ECUPJUL Danny Collins.RSTARS 

5 1 04 01 ONAGJUL William Moore.14.HWAC 

6 1 04 30 0NT1APR Anthony Costa.RNEW 

7 1 04 55 ONAGJUL Bob Phipps. 14. COBRA 

8 1 04 61 ETOBJUN Bradley Vanderkam.RLAC 

9 1 04 61 ONAGJUL Quinton Sabourin,13.UPCAN 

10 1 0499 CASCMAY Ryan Remington. 14.CASC 

11 1 05 03 0NT3APR AdamSioui.14.TD 

12 1:0508 0NT2APR StefanoCaprara.13.VAC 

13 1 05 17 0NT2APR Matthew Liberate, 14. VAC 

14 10517 ABAGJUL Matt Bowkowy, 14, LEDUC 

15 1 0529 ETOBJUN Bryan McMillan, 14, GMAC 

16 1 05 75 ONAGJUL Chris Lukas.14.ET0B 

17 1 05 76 PQAGJUL Kevin Monaghan.14.CSO 

18 1 0594 CUBMAR Benoil Banville-A .14.MEG0 

19 1 0609 PQAGJUL Marc Prud'Homme.RBBF 

20 1:0621 ONAGJUL C J Cronin.RNKB 

21 1:0624 ONAGJUL Chris Kula.14.CAJ 

22 1 0626 PQ2APR Tomy Delagrave,13.CNCB 

23 1 0639 PQAGJUL Olivier Mathieu.RHIPPO 

24 1:06 59 ONAGJUL Jonathan Giay.RHWAC 

25 1 06.63 PQAGJUL Simon Lalher.13.CSQ 
200 METRES BACKSTROKE 

Rec 2 1033 Mark Versleld,FMSC91 

1 21212 SCSCJUN Chuck Sayao 14.PDSA 

2 2 14 79 ZAJACMAY Bnan Johns, 14, RACER 

3 2 15 49 ECUPJUL Danny Collins.RSTARS 

4 2 1820 ONAGJUL David Whang,13,ETOB 

5 2 18 24 ONAGJUL William Moore, 14.HWAC 

6 2 1846 JRNATJUL Matt Bowkowy, 14.LEDUC 

7 2 18 63 ETOBJUN Biyan McMillan.RGMAC 

8 2 1941 ONAGJUL Chris Lukas.RETOB 

9 2-19 77 PQAGJUL Benoil Banville-A.I4.MEG0 

10 2 19 86 ONAGJUL QuinlonSabourin.13.UPCAN 

11 2 19 98 ONAGJUL Remy DiGiovanni.RMSSAC 

12 22006 ONTIAPR Anthony Costa.H.NEW 

13 22029 PQAGJUL Simon Lallier. 1 3.CSO 

14 22042 ONAGJUL C J Cronin.RNKB 

15 22089 PQAGJUL Marc Prud'Homme.RBBF 

16 2:2105 ONAGJUL Spencer Laidley 14 PERTH 

17 2 21 17 EKSCMAY Stuart Slarkey.RMANTA 

18 2:21 28 PQAGJIII Olivier Mathieu.RHIPPO 

19 22205 ECUPJUL Andrew Coupland, 1 3G0 

20 2:23 09 MBSKJUN Karim Abdulla.RROD 

21 22350 ONAGJUL Colin Jenkins.14.HWAC 

22 223 52 NYACMAY Mark Abrajian.14.SCAR 

23 2 23 74 ONAGJUL Matthew Libeialoie.14.ETOB 

24 2 24 27 ABAGJUL Maciek Zielnik,12,EKSC 

25 2 24 41 ONAGJUL Andrew Greener. 13.ETOB 



100 METRES BREASTSTROKE 

Rec: 1 05 74 Michael Mason.EPS.88 

1 1 08 89 JRNATJUL Matthew Huang,13,ARBU 

2 1 08 89 JRNATJUL Lee RaftaR.UCSC 

3 1:0989 ONAGJUL Greg Bacon.RCOBRA 

4 1 10 03 YOUTHMAY Geofl Schiewe.REKSC 

5 1:10 43 BCAGJUL Chad Thomsen.RLL 

6 1:11.10 YOUTHMAY Adam Fetguson.RMWC 

7 1:1160 YOUTHMAY Ken Hamilton.14.IS 

8 111 66 ONT1APR Mark Sy. 14, CREST 

9 11185 JRNATJUL Daren Wylie.RHYACK 

10 1 12 32 ONT3APR Doug Jones, 14.TD 

11 1 1267 BCAGJUL Andrew CarrulhersR.NRST 

12 1:12.71 ABAGJUL Zak Murakami, 14, EKSC 

13 1:1311 ONAGJUL John McErlain.RRHAC 

14 11321 PQAGJUL Jean-F Collm.1 4 PLUS 

15 1 1340 MMMAY Bnan Veiigin.13.MM 

16 1 1353 VICOAPR Brian Johns.RRACER 

17 1 13 80 PQAGJUL Terence Hotz.RPCSC 

18 1 1394 ONAGJUL Devon Ackroyd.13,SCAR 

19 11401 PQAGJUL Francois Caslonguay.RCNSJ 

20 1 14 09 CUBMAR Mathieu Tuigeon.RMEGO 

21 11431 ONAGJUL MirkoPetrov.13.ETOB 

22 1 14 49 EASTJUL Steven Thornhill.RSJL 

23 1 14 74 MBSKJUN Robbie AndersonR, ROD 

24 1 14 85 ONAGJUL Dan ShewleltR.BRANT 

25 115 02 ETOBJUN Richard Hui.14,RHAC 
200 METRES BREASTSTROKE 

Rec: 2 22 72 Michael Mason.EPS.88 

1 227 07 JRNATJUL Matthew Huang. 13, ARBU 

2 229 55 YOUTHMAY Geoff Schiewe.REKSC 

3 2 29 69 ONAGJUL Greg Bacon.RCOBRA 

4 2 3028 BCAGJUL Chad Thomsen.RLL 

5 2 30 62 JRNATJUL Ken Hamil1on.14.IS 

6 2 3099 JRNATJUL Lee Raffa.1 4.UCSC 

7 2 34 64 JRNATJUL Daren Wylie.RHYACK 

8 2:35 77 PPOMAY Jean-F Collin.1 4.PLUS 

9 2 35 78 ONT1APR Mark Sy, 14, CREST 

10 2 36 10 EASTJUL Adam Ferguson.RMWC 

11 23649 ABAGJUL Zak Murakami, 14 EKSC 

12 2 3826 MBSKJUN Robbie Anderson, 14, ROD 

13 2 3941 YOUTHMAY Terry Nathan.RIS 

14 2:3951 HYACKMAY Brian Johns.RRACER 

15 2 3969 CUBMAR Mathieu Turgeon.RMEGO 

16 24051 ECUPJUL Keith Beavers.RSTARS 

17 2 4057 ONAGJUL Devon Ackroyd,13,SCAR 

18 24097 ONAGJUL Dan Shewtelt.RBRANT 

19 2 41 08 ONAGJUL Dennis Graham.14.B0SC 

20 2 41 19 MBSKJUN Brian Vengin.13.MM 

21 2 41 42 ONAGJUL Tyler Brown.13.COBRA 

22 241 73 8CAGJUL Andrew Carrulhers. 1 4.NRST 

23 2 41 73 PQAGJUL Francois Caslonguay.RCNSJ 

24 2 42 87 ONAGJUL Davis Hutchings.RMUSAC 

25 2 43 20 0NT3APR Doug Jones, 14, TD 
100 METRES BUTTERFLY 

Rec 57 45 Philip Weiss,SKSC,94 

1 59 38 JRNATJUL Brian Johns.RRACER 

2 59 86 PHNIXMAY Jesse Jacks.14.IS 

3 1 00 09 NBTRSMAY Andy White, 14, WTSC 

4 1:00.21 0NT3APR Adam Sioui.14.TD 

5 1 0022 ONAGJUL Bradley Vanderkam.RLAC 

6 1 0033 ONAGJUL Greg Bacon.RCOBRA 

7 1 0036 ONAGJUL Mark Sy,RCREST 

8 10120 PQAGJUL Kevin Monaghan.14.CSO 

9 10129 ONAGJUL Matt Gingnch.14.R0W 

10 1:0133 ONAGJUL Bob PhippsR.COBRA 

11 1.0233 PQAGJUL Francois Caslonguay.RCNSJ 

12 1 0236 CUBMAR Benoit Banville-A 14.MEGO 

13 1:0252 MBSKJUN Karim Abdulla.RROD 

14 10310 JRNATJUL Vlad Guerrero.RSCAR 

15 10316 JRNATJUL Matt Bowkowy, 14, LEDUC 

16 1 03 20 ECUPJUL Thierry Bannon.RSAMAK 

17 1 03 25 ONAGJUL Jordan Chittley.RNYAC 

18 1 03 68 ABAGJUL Lee Ralta.RUCSC 

19 1 0389 BCAGJUL Brent O'Connor.1 3.PDSA 

20 1 03 93 ONAGJUL Chris Simard-Donaio.RGO 

21 1 03 94 ONAGJUL Danny Collins.RSTARS 

22 1 04 34 JRNATJUL Brett Totflemire.RWAC 

23 1 04 49 EKSCMAY Borrey Kim.ROSC 

24 1 04 55 BCAGJUL Dorian Scroggs.1 4 IS 

25 1 04 61 CASCMAY Ryan Remington, 14, CASC 
200 METRES BUTTERFLY 

Rec 2 05 20 Philip Weiss.SKSC.94 

1 21120 YOUTHMAY Brian Johns, 14, RACER 

2 2 1362 POAGJUL Kevin Monaghan.RCSQ 

3 213 78 MBSKJUN Karim Abdulla.14.R0D 

4 21465 PHNIXMAY Jesse Jacks.1 4.IS 

5 2 14 85 ONAGJUL Mark Sy,RCREST 

6 2 16 37 JRNATJUL Brenl O Connor,13 PDSA 

7 2 16 83 ONAGJUL Jordan Chillley.RNYAC 

8 2 1730 ONAGJUL Bradley Vanderkam.14.LAC 

9 2:17 52 ONAGJUL Malt Gingrich.RROW 

10 2:17 72 NSAGJUN Andy White, RWTSC 

11 2 18 54 JRNATJUL Brett Tolllerniie.RWAC 

12 2:19 72 PQAGJUL Francois Caslonguay.14.CNSJ 

13 2 20 19 ONAGJUL John McErlain.RRHAC 

14 2 20 49 NYACMAY Vlad Guerrero, 1 4.SCAR 

15 2 21 62 ABAGJUL CiaigGilhs.14.CASC 

16 2:2176 CUBMAR Benoil Banville-A .14.MEGO 

17 2:21 87 ONT3APR Adam Sioui.RTD 

18 2:22.20 ECUPJUL Danny Collins.RSTARS 

19 2 22 24 ONAGJUL Andrew Hurd.RMSSAC 

20 2 2265 PQAGJUL Thierry Bannon.RSAMAK 

21 22268 PPOMAY Daniel Emond.REXCEL 

22 2:22 82 ONAGJUL Chris Simard-Donaio.RGO 

23 2:23 05 ONAGJUL Steven Caswell.13.HWAC 

24 2:23 21 ABAGJUL Corey Biadley.RNCSA 

25 22346 CDSCAPR Chuck Sayao.RPDSA 



200 METRES IND. MEDLEY 



Rec 21082 


I 


2 11 36 


2 


2 13 18 


3 


216 81 


1 


219 06 


5 


219 35 




219 46 


7 


220 47 


8 


2 20 79 


9 


2:21 04 


10 


221 28 


11 


221 31 


12 


2 21 62 


i; 


22193 


i-i 


222.19 


15 


222 30 


1'. 


222 45 


17 


222 62 


18 


223 03 


19 


2 23 16 


20 


223 24 


.'1 


223 27 


22 


2 23 55 


23 


223 67 


24 


2 23 74 


25 


2 23 75 


400 METRES 


Rec 4 34 52 


' 


441 51 


2 


4 54 13 


3 


4 56 32 


! 


4 56 65 


5 


4 56 94 


6 


4 57 69 


7 


4 5827 


e 


4 5867 


9 


4 59 72 


10 


4 5989 


•i 


5 00 34 


15 


5 0045 


13 


5 01 64 


1 4 


5 02 29 


15 


5 03 11 


16 


5 03 18 


17 


5 03 88 


15 


5 04 65 


19 


5 04 68 


20 


5 I5 04 


21 


5 05 70 


22 


5 05 76 


23 


5 05 78 


.'1 


506 00 


25 


5:07 26 



YOUTHMAY Brian Johns.RRACER 
FARWAUG Chuck Sayao.RPDSA 
ONAGJUL Greg Bacon.RCOBRA 
ONT1APR Mark Sy.RCREST 
POAGJUL Kevin Monaghan.14.CSQ 
PQAGJUL Francois Castonguay.14.CNSJ 

YOUTHMAY Adam Ferguson.RMWC 
PQAGJUL Benjamin Gadoury,14.CSO 
ONAGJUL Biadley Vanderkam.RLAC 
ABAGJUL Lee Rafla.14,UCSC 
JRNATJUL Brett Tohlemire.RWAC 
KCSJUN Chad Thomsen.RLL 
BCAGJUL Matthew Huang.13.ARBU 
ABAGJUL Craig Gillis.1 4.CASC 
ABAGJUL Geofl Schiewe.REKSC 
MBSKJUN Brian Veugin.13.MM 
BCAGJUL Brent O'Connor. 13.PDSA 
NYACMAY Devon Ackroyd.13.SCAR 
ONAGJUL Ryan Smiley, 14, BRANT 
MBSKJUN Karim Abdulla.RROD 
AACAPR Adam Sioui.RTD 
PEPSAPR Frederic CayenRRCA 
ONTIAPR Anthony Costa.14.NEW 

HYACKMAY Ken Hamilton, 1 4 IS 
ONAGJUL C.J Cronin.RNKB 



FARWAUG Chuck Sayao.RPDSA 
ONAGJUL Greg Bacon.RCOBRA 
ONAGJUL Mark Sy.RCREST 
YOUTHMAY Terry Nathan.14.IS 
PQAGJUL Francois Castonguay.RCNSJ 
PQAGJUL Kevin Monaghan.RCSQ 
BCAGJUL Ken Hamillon.14.IS 
ONAGJUL Bradley Vanderkam.RLAC 
YOUTHMAY Karim Abdulla.RROD 
ABAGJUL Craig Gillis.14.CASC 
EKSCMAY Brent O Connor.13.PDSA 
BCAGJUL ChadThomsen.14.LL 
ONAGJUL John McErlain.RRHAC 
ONAGJUL Brett Totllemire.RWAC 
ONAGJUL Andrew Coupland,13.GO 
POAGJUL Marc Prud'Homme.RBBF 
PQAGJUL Frederic Cayen.R RCA 
EASTJUL Adam Ferguson, 14.MWC 
ONAGJUL Colin JenkinsR.HWAC 
ABAGJUL Geoff Schiewe.14.EKSC 
PQAGJUL Beniamin Gadoury.RCSQ 
ETOBJUN Jordan Chittley.RNYAC 
ABAGJUL Cameron Hyder.RNCSA 
VICOAPR Jesse Jacks.RIS 
0NT1APR Anthony Cosla.14,NEW 
4X50 MEDLEY RELAY 
Rec 
1 



I 55 02 Markham AC, MAC, 92 
1:57 32 ONAGJUL Etobicoke SCETOB 

2 1:58 25 ONAGJUL Scarborough SCSCAR 

3 1 5903 ONAGJUL Hamill-Wenlwoith AC.HWAC 

4 1:59 97 FARWAUG Mississauga AC.MSSAC 

5 2 00 11 ONAGJUL Cobra Swim Club.COBRA 
VICOAPR Island Swimming.lS 
PQAAPR Natation CSQ.CSO 

BCAGJUL Pacific Dolphin SA.PDSA 
ONAGJUL London AC.LAC 
ABAGJUL Edmonton Keyano.EKSC 
MMMAY Manitoba Marlins.MM 
BCAGJUL Points North SC.PN 
ONAGJUL Bianttord AC.BRANT 
BCAGJUL Richmond Raceis, RACER 
ONAGJUL Nepean Kanata.NKB 
EKSCMAY Umv Calgary SCUCSC 
ONTIAPR Newmarket SC.NEW 
EKSCMAY Cascade Swim Club.CASC 
PQAAPR Samak de Brossard.SAMAK 
ONAGJUL UxbridgeSCUSC 
ONAGJUL Glouc-Ottawa Kinglish.GO 
BCAGJUL Hyack Swim Club.HYACK 
EASTJUL St John's Legends.SJL 
ONAGJUL Richmond Hill AC.RHAC 
ABAGJUL Nose Creek SA.NCSA 



1 58 25 
1 59 03 

1 59 97 

2 00 11 
2 00 46 
2 00 98 
2 0134 
2 01 74 
2 0225 
2 02 38 
2 02 56 
2 03 59 
2 03 92 
2 04 35 
2 04 80 
2 04 82 
2 05 43 
20559 
2 05 76 
2 05 84 
2 06 01 
206 10 
206 26 
2 06 54 



9 

10 
11 
' 

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•■i 
15 
16 
17 
18 

! I 
20 
21 
22 
23 

25 

4X50 FREE RELAY 

Rec 1 43 52 Regina OD.ROD.90 

1 1 44 43 ONAGJUL Mississauga AC.MSSAC 

2 1 44 47 ONAGJUL Etobicoke SCETOB 

3 1 46 47 ONAGJUL Nepean Kanata.NKB 

4 14713 BCAGJUL Pacific Dolphin SA.PDSA 

5 1 4727 ONAGJUL Hamilt-Wentworlh AC.HWAC 

6 1 4736 ONT1APR Scarborough SCSCAR 

7 1 48 40 ONAGJUL Cobra Swim Club.COBRA 

8 1 48 73 COHOMAY Island Swimming.lS 

9 1 49 38 ONAGJUL London AC.LAC 

10 14939 PQAAPR Natation CSQ.CSO 

11 14985 EKSCMAY Univ Calgary SCUCSC 

12 149 88 MMMAY Manitoba Martins. MM 

13 1 4990 EKSCMAY Mania Swim Club.MANTA 

14 1 5003 VICOAPR Nanaimo Riptide ST.NRST 

15 1 5005 ABAGJUL Nose Cieek SA.NCSA 

16 1 5081 ONAGJUL Bradford AC.BRANT 

17 1 50 86 BCAGJUL Points North SC.PN 

18 1 50 92 PQAAPR Montreal Aquatigue.CAMO 

19 15122 EKSCMAY Olympian Swim Club.OSC 

20 1 51 29 BCAGJUL Richmond Raceis.RACER 

21 15131 BCAGJUL Hyack Swim Club.HYACK 

22 1:51.75 ABAGJUL Edmonton Keyano.EKSC 

23 151 80 ONAGJUL Glouc-Ottawa Kinglish.GO 

24 1 51 98 ABAGJUL Silver Tide SC.STSC 

25 1 5221 BCAGJUL Aquanaul Swim Club.AQUA 



SWIMNEWS SEPTEMBER 1997 



•13 



TOP AGE GROUP TIMES 



1 997 LONG COURSE TAG* 



GIRLS 
15-17 



bO METRES FREESTYLE 



2621 



27 OB 

2728 
27 49 

2752 
27 GO 
2762 
2772 
2772 
2775 

:* 



279* 
2794 
2793 



150 METRES FREESTYLE 

Sec 5661 ShanwShatepeaie.MM.94 



«wwGreg<we.16.PCSC 
ley Gibson.16.STARS 
aLydall.17.OAK 
waDejiau.l7.P0SA 
e-M Pelle1ier.16.Sl 
lBroofcs.17.AAC 
*tey Batnn.17.ET0e 
helleCfuz.16.ACE 
lArnon.16AAC 
»Ho.16.AAC 
eHeMenatd.l7.CNNG 
helleCobb.U.COBRA 
aMadda.16.MAC 
ireeFohe.l5.CASC 
Ellron.15.KBM 
>i Btakery.16.TD 
l Taylof.15 HYACK 
eyStuOel.15.IS 
(y Selo.15.EAST 
niter MocMle 17.ET0B 
helleThorripson.17.OSAC 
jtyn McCaoe,16,NYAC 
* TrefiauH.i5.G0 
yMiles.17.UCSC 



5716 
5811 
5811 
58 47 



■ 

■■ 

8 

U 10001 ONAGJU.I 

15 1 0005 ABAGJUL 

16 1 0006 PQAAPP. 

17 10010 BCAGJUL, 

18 10012 W1AJJG 

19 10019 MBSKJUH 

20 10)21 ONAGJUL 

21 10022 ONAGJUL 

22 100.40 NSAGJUN 

23 10042 CASCMAY 

24 10043 CANAOG 

25 10044 LACMAY 
200 METRES FREESTYLE 
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20397 
20465 



2 

4 

5 

5 

8 20827 

9 2.0338 
N 20852 
tl 20852 
12 20658 
'3 206 75 
M 20681 
15 20883 
•4 2:0683 
17 20895 
■i 20918 

19 20931 

20 20949 

21 20957 

22 20962 

23 20966 

24 20983 

25 20992 



C*MAI 



i Zwarich 16.UCSC 
caDegi3u.i7.PDSA 
elleCruz.16ACE 
evBafim 17FT0B 



I LyrJall.170AK 

Brocto,17AAC 

Schu6.17.PCSC 

eTrenautt.15.G0 

ySdo.16.EAST 

EllwQ.15.KBM 

rMies.i7.uCSC 
reMesplw.17.PCSC 
ea Leroy.15.NRST 
f^evs Gregoife.16.PCSC 
eBurgoyne.l5MAMTA 
a Madder 16.MAC 
neP*na,15ET0B 



iileCfuz.16.ACE 
sBwgoynelSMAjfTA 
iTrwBufl.15.G0 
lHtf*Sl6.rfrVAC 
ay Beavers 16.STARS 
Grave!le.17G0 
iDuranceau.17.PCSC 
Sheridan 1 6 ETOB 



I.17.SJL 
116*00 
IHRST 
1.17.G0 



fNATJUl K2rleySM2El.15IS 
CANAUG SfauiaCoiifad.16.EAST 
EASTJUL MoflySeto.16EAST 



'.OSAC 



400 MtlHtS tRttSIYLE 

ftec 4 14 45 Donna McGinnis.ESC.86 

1 4 17 46 CANAUG Jessica Deglau.17.PDSA 

2 42041 CANAUG Michelle Ciiu.16,ACE 

3 421 51 ONSRJUL Lindsay Beaveis.16.STARS 

4 421.71 ONSRJUL Julie Giavelle.17.G0 

5 42230 ONSRJUL Tanya Hunks.16.HWAi: 

6 4 27 59 CANAUG Elaine Duianceau.17.PCSC 

7 42868 ZAJACMAYKalieSheiidan.16.ET0B 

8 42870 ONSRJUL SlcphanicZaiins,17,G0 

9 42911 2AJACMAY Cattle Butgoyne. 1 5.MANTA 

10 4:2926 CANAUG Shauna Conrad, 1 6.EAST 

11 42948 NFAAAMAY Suzanne Diodge,16.SJL 

12 4 2997 CANAUG Taia E.Sloan, 15.PCSC 

13 4 30 04 ONSRJUL Jennilei Johnston, 15.BR0CK 

14 4:3007 MBSKJUN Chnslcn Johnson, 15.R0D 

15 4 31 51 ONSRJUL Erin Dermody.15.HWAC 

16 4:31 76 CANAUG Angela Slanley l 7.PDSA 

17 4:33 84 JRNATJUL TaraTaylor.15, HYACK 

18 4:33 95 JRNATJUL Jolie Pun,15.STSC 

19 4 34 10 CAGMSAUG Elizabeth Weis.15,SBSC 

20 4:34 15 ESSOJUL Tata Schulz.17.PCSC 

21 4 34 29 CANAUG Jaime Trwlault.16.G0 

22 4:34.49 ECUPJUL Heather Norns.15.STARS 

23 4:34.55 CANAUG Dale Colman,15,MSSAC 

24 434.73 PQAGJUL Lucy Mae Smilh.15,BBF 

25 434 74 MUMAY Sara Alroubaie.15,MANTA 
800 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec 8:39 19 Debbie Wurzburger.LYAC.85 

1 851 99 CANAUG Lindsay Beavers,16,STARS 

2 8:52.40 ONSRJUL Julie Gravelle,17.G0 

3 8:59.30 ZAJACMAY Tanya Hunks.16,HWAC 

4 90269 SEATTJAN Jessica Deglau,16,PDSA 

5 9:0782 EASTJUL Suzanne Diodge,17,SJL 

6 9:08.89 ESSOJUL Tara E Sloan.15.PCSC 

7 9:14.45 MBSKJUN Carrie Burgoyne,15.MANTA 

8 9:16.18 ONSRJUL Jennifer Johnslon,15.BROCK 

9 9:19.19 JRNATJUL Jolie Pun.15,STSC 

10 9:19 75 MSSACMAY Katie Sheridan,16,ET0B 

11 9:19.86 ZAJACMAY Sara Alroubaie,15,MANTA 

12 9:20.81 CANAUG Shauna Conrad.16,EAST 

13 9:22.99 CANAUG Dale Colman,15.MSSAC 

14 9:23 81 ONSRJUL Erin Dermody,15,HWAC 

15 9:24.52 BACAPR Kellie Rolston.1 6.IS 

16 9 24 57 PQAGJUL Lucy Mae Smilh,15,BBF 

17 9:2464 ETOBJUN Dale Coleman.15.MSSAC 

18 9:24.67 JRNATJUL Tara Taylor, 15.HYACK 

19 9:24 71 VICOAPR Calrin Jones.1 7.NRST 

20 9:24.74 JRNATJUL Corinne Walker,16.SCAR 

21 9:2736 YOUTHMAY Heather Lee.15,USC 

22 927.66 PQAAPR Matie-E Laroche 16.CNB 

23 9:27 73 JRNATJUL Karley Stutzel.1 5.1S 

24 9:28.50 ZAJACMAY Christen Johnson, 15.R0D 

25 9 28 64 BCAGJUL Jennifer Tham,15,A0UA 
100 METRES BACKSTROKE 

Rec 1 03.29 Julie Howard,BRANT,92 

1 1:03.51 CANAUG Erin Gammel,17.KCS 

2 1:03.85 CANAUG Kelly Slefanyshyn, 15, MANTA 

3 1:05,13 PAC97AUG Nikki Tanner, 17.NZL 

4 1:06.10 CAGMSAUG Shauna McNaMy.15.EKSC 

5 1:06.16 ONSRJUL Sarah Lo.16.AAC 

6 1:0616 CAGMSAUG Genevieve Noiseux.1 7.CNB 

7 1 06 37 CANAUG Michelle Cruz.1 6.ACE 

8 1:0669 CHARLJUN Tara Schulz,17.PCSC 

9 1 06.63 CANAUG Krislen Schneider. 16.R0D 

10 1 06.72 CANAUG Kail j Stewart, 15.MANTA 

11 1:06.76 ONSRJUL Karen Thibodeau,17,R0W 

12 1:0703 CAGMSAUG Julia Wrighl,16.UCSC 

13 1 07.25 ONAGJUL Dominique Kennedy.16.R0W 

14 1 0728 EASTJUL Molly Seto.16.EAST 

15 1:07.29 CANAUG Christine Dallaire.16.PP0 

16 1:0729 PQAGJUL Jennifer Carroll. 16.CAM0 

17 1:0744 ONSRJUL Lisa Del Maslro,17,USC 

18 1 0744 ONAGJUL Alexis Rieck,15,R0W 

19 1:07.65 ONSRJUL Megan Hafvey.1 7.PERTH 

20 1:0767 CAGMSAUG Katy Oliver,15,HYACK 

21 1:07.75 CANAUG Emilie Fortin.16.PLUS 

22 1:07.78 MANTAAPR Carrie Burgoyne.15.MANTA 

23 1:07 79 ONAGJUL Tara Ross.16.BTSC 

24 1:07.81 MMMAY Sara Alroubaie, 15, MANTA 

25 107.89 PPOMAY Genevieve Gregoire,16.PCSC 
200 METRES BACKSTROKE 



21927 
2 20 06 
22015 
22198 
2:2227 
22235 
223.03 
2 23 03 



10 223,54 

11 22403 

12 2 24 05 

13 22447 

14 22471 

15 22472 

16 22474 

17 22451 

18 22492 

19 22516 

20 22517 

21 22518 

22 22520 

23 2 25 22 

24 22527 

25 22571 



PAC97AUG 
EVANSJUL 

CAGMSAUG 

CAGMSAUG 
ONSRJUL 

CAGMSAUG 
ONSRJUL 
ONSRJUL 
CANAUG 
BCAGJUL 
CANAUG 

ZAJACMAY 

YOUTHMAY 
ECUPJUL 
CANAUG 
PQ2APR 
ONAGJUL 

CHARLJUN 
JRNATJUL 
BCAGJUL 
CUDAJUL 
CANAUG 
ONSRJUL 
CANAUG 
ONSRJUL 



Kelly Slefanyshyn.15,MANTA 
Michelle Cruz.16.ACE 
Shauna McNally.15.EKSC 
Genevieve Noiseux.1 7CNB 
Karen Thibodeau.l7.ROW 
Julia Wrighl,16,UCSC 
Megan Harvey.17.PERTH 
Dominique Kennedy,16,R0W 
Carrie Burgoyne,15,MANTA 
Erin Gammel,17,KCS 
Emily Binkley.16,PDSA 
Kaili Stewart,l5,MANTA 
Colleen Nuc,15.0SC 
Jennifer Carroll. 16.CAM0 
Tara Ross.16,BTSC 
Emilie Forlin.16,PLUS 
Beth Frisk,16.USC 
Tara Schulz.17,PCSC 
Gineile Davey.l5.Y0RK 
Kristine Lowrre,15.CHENA 
Lucy Mae Smilh,15.BBF 
Alexis Rieck,15,R0W 
Shona Patterson.15.STARS 
Melanie Bouchard.15,UL 
Lisa Del Mastro.U.USC 



100 METRES BREASTSTROKE 

Rec: 1:08.86 Allison Hiqson.EPS.88 

1 1:09 43 CANAUG Tara Sloan,17,UCSC 

2 1:12 50 CAGMSAUG Lucy Mae Smtth.1S.BBF 

3 1:12.59 ONSRJUL Sarah Lo.16.AAC 

4 1:12.62 CANAUG Jennifer Noddle.1 7.ET0B 
I. lUT CANAUG Uanica Wizniuk.17,STSC 

6 1:13.09 ONSRJUL Julia Pomeroy,17.0AK 

7 1:1342 CAGMSAUG Krisly Cameron.1B.HHAC 

8 1:14.42 CANAUG Serena McGlbbon,16,PDSA 

9 1:16.00 PPOMAY Maranath Lougheed.17.MAC 

10 1:16,32 PPOMAY Kerry Cregan.1 7.PCSC 

11 1:16.46 ZAJACMAY Kathleen Sloody, I5.CHENA 

12 1:16.50 VICOAPR Jenny Foreman, 17, IS 

13 1:16.58 ONAGJUL Tatiana Bahleglav.15.ET0B 

14 1:16.65 JRNAUUI Michelle Bruriet,17,BBF 

15 1:16.94 0NT1APR Judy Koonsha.1 7.USC 

16 1:16.95 YOUTHMAY Andrea Leroy.15.NRST 

17 11695 CANAUG Sue Grrard.1 7.MANTA 

18 1:17.02 JRNATJUL Mane-E Beaunvage,16,RCA 

19 1:17.20 MBSKJUN Carrie Burgoyne.15.MANTA 

20 1:17,25 MSSACMAY Tara Brooks.1 7.AAC 

21 1:17,30 ONAGJUL Jocelin Desjardins.15.EYSC 

22 1:17.35 ABAGJUL Kelly Doody.17.CASC 

23 1:17.41 ONAGJUL Jennifer Jonusaitis, 1 6.SSMAC 

24 1:17.43 ONSRJUL Julia Berglund.1 5.HWAC 

25 1:17.44 JRNATJUL Devon Benoit,15,KCS 
200 METRES BREASTSTROKE 

Rec: 2:27.27 Allison Higson.EPS.88 

1 2:30.64 CANAUG Tara Sloan, 1 7.UCSC 

2 2:36.23 ONSRJUL Kiisly Cameron, 15, HHAC 

3 2:36.86 EVANSJUL Jenniler Noddle.1 7.ET0B 

4 2:38.22 CAGMSAUG Lucy Mae Smilh,15.BBF 

5 2:38.90 CANAUG Serena McGibbon,16,PDSA 

6 2:39.04 PPOMAY Kerry Cregan,1 7.PCSC 

7 2:39,19 CANAUG Danica Wizniuk.1 7.STSC 

8 2:39.66 CAGMSAUG Sarah Lo.16.AAC 

9 2:39.67 ONSRJUL Jenny MacAulay,16,ET0B 

10 2:39.73 ONSRJUL Julia Pomeroy.1 7.0AK 

11 2:41.11 ZAJACMAY Dana Wizniuk.15,STSC 

12 2:41.33 ONSRJUL Dena Durand,16,BR0CK 

13 2:42.69 CAGMSAUG Kelly Doody.17.CASC 

14 2:43.03 ONSRJUL Julia Beig!und,15,HWAC 

15 2:43.54 BCAGJUL Andrea Leroy.1 5.NRST 

16 2:43.62 YOUTHMAY Kathleen Sloody, 15, CHENA 

17 2:43 92 ETOBJUN Abbey Crooks,15,AAC 

18 2:44.00 ONSRJUL Jenniler Jonusaitis, 16, SSMAC 

19 2:44.22 MANTAAPR Carrie Burgoyne, 15, MANTA 

20 244 64 ONSRJUL Courtney Martin,17,0AK 

21 2:44.96 PHNIXMAY Jenny Foreman,17,IS 

22 24562 PQAAPR Michelle Brunet.17.BBF 

23 2:45.79 ABAGJUL Meredith Fowler.16.UCSC 

24 2:45 85 CAGMSAUG Sue Girard,17,MANTA 

25 24592 ECUPJUL Laurie Green,16.SJL 
100 METRES BUTTERFLY 

Rec: 1:01.27 Jessica Amey.UCSC.94 

1 1:02.27 CANAUG Jessica Deglau.1 7.PDSA 

2 1:03.45 CANAUG Judy Koonstra.1 7.USC 

3 1:03.60 CANAUG SaiaAlroubaie.15, MANTA 

4 1:03.62 CANAUG Melissa Lallamme,15,UL 

5 1:03.95 ZAJACMAY Sarah Stansbury.15.CASC 

6 1:0419 ONSRJUL Pamela Tung,15,MAC 

7 1 0428 CANAUG Alison Zwarich,16,UCSC 

8 1:04.31 CANAUG Carrie Burgoyne,15,MANTA 

9 1:0442 NSAGJUN Molly Selo.16.EAST 

10 1:04.50 PQAAPR Valerie Mesplier.17.PCSC 

11 1:0453 NSAGJUN Melissa Hubley.15.EAST 

12 1 0485 ONSRJUL AlanaMadder.16.MAC 

13 1:04.85 CANAUG Jennifer Manley,17,LAC 

14 1 04 93 CANAUG Kate lngram.1 7,PCSC 

15 1:05.00 PPOMAY Karine Senechai-B .16.CAM0 

16 1:0512 MBSKJUN SaiahGill.16.R0D 

17 1:05.22 ONSRJUL Melissa Martin,15.STARS 

18 1 05.28 CANAUG Kellie Rolslon,16,IS 

19 105 29 ONAGJUL Shona Pallerson,15,STARS 

20 1 05.40 ONSRJUL Carmen 8arnett.16.MAC 

21 1 05 57 CANAUG Elaine Duranceau.1 7.PCSC 

22 1 05 70 EASTJUL Suzanne Drodge,17,SJL 

23 1:05.74 YOUTHMAY Julie Cocks.15.TRENT 

24 1 05.77 0NT1APR Julie Gravelle.1 7.G0 

25 1:05.97 PQAGJUL Eloise Bourdon,16,SAMAK 
200 METRES BUTTERFLY 

Rec: 2:1 140 Jessica Deglau,PDSA,96 

1 21140 CANAUG Jessica Deglau.1 7.PDSA 

2 2:16.80 CAGMSAUG Sara Alroubaie,16,MANTA 

3 21691 PAC97AUG Carrie Burgoyne.15.MANTA 

4 216 94 ZAJACMAY Judy Koonstra.17.USC 

5 2:18.52 CANAUG Melissa Lallamme,15,UL 

6 2:19.07 CAGMSAUG Tanya Hunks,16,HWAC 

7 219.46 CANAUG Kellie Rolston,16,IS 

8 220.41 ONSRJUL Dena Durand,16,BR0CK 

9 2 21,51 ONSRJUL Julie Gravelle,17.G0 

10 2 21.86 NSAGJUN Molly Selo,16,EAST 

11 2 22,04 CANAUG Kate lngram.1 7.PCSC 

12 2 22.05 JRNATJUL Eloise Bourdon, 16.SAMAK 

13 2:22.24 YOUTHMAY Julie Cocks,15,TRENT 

14 2 2242 CAGMSAUG Jenny Scotl,17,EKSC 

15 2:2249 PPOMAY Karine Senechal-B .16.CAM0 

16 2:22.50 CANAUG Marie-H. Gagnon,16.PLUS 

1 7 2 22.65 ESSOJUL Elaine Duranceau.1 7.PCSC 

18 2:23 35 ONAGJUL Shona Patlerson,15,STARS 

19 2:23 44 ONSRJUL Pamela Tung,15,MAC 

20 2 23.54 NSAGJUN Melissa Hubley,15,EAST 

21 2:23.77 ZAJACMAY Sarah Slansbury,15,CASC 

22 2:23,81 ONSRJUL Melissa Marlin,15,STARS 

23 2:23.86 ONAGJUL Kelly Cramplon,15.PERTH 

24 2:24.77 CANAUG Genevieve Noiseux.1 7.CNB 

25 2 25.13 EASTJUL Suzanne Drodge.17.SJL 



200 METRES IND MEDLEY 

Rec: 2:1561 Nancy Sweetnam,LLSC,90 



1 


2:19.79 


PAC97AUG 


Came Buigoyne.15,MANTA 


2 


2:20.72 


CANAUG 


Sara Alroubaie, 15.MANTA 


3 


2:21.49 


ONSRJUL 


Dena Durand 16 BROCK 


4 


2:22.01 


CANAUG 


Jenniler Noddle.1 7.ET0B 


5 


2:22.29 


ONSRJUL 


Kristy Cameron,15.HHAC 


6 


2:22.64 


ONSRJUL 


Sarah Lo.16,AAC 


7 


2:22.86 


CANAUG 


Lucy Mae Smith, 15.BBF 


8 


2:23.68 


CANAUG 


Kelly Doody,17,CASC 


9 


2:23.99 


ONAGJUL 


Jenny MacAulaylS.ETOB 


10 


2:24.23 


CHARLJUN 


TaraSchulz,17,PCSC 


11 


2:24 70 


0NT1APR 


Judy Koonslra,17,USC 


12 


2:24.94 


PQAGJUL 


Melissa Lallamme,15,UL 


13 


2:25.08 


BCAGJUL 


Andrea Leroy,15,NRST 


14 


2:25.68 


CANAUG 


Molly Selo,16,EAST 


15 


2:2589 


EVANSJUL 


Jessica Deglau.1 7.PDSA 


16 


2:25.93 


CANAUG 


Kaili Stewart. 15, MANTA 


17 


2:2618 


CANAUG 


Elaine Duranceau.1 7.PCSC 


18 


2:26.31 


ONSRJUL 


Courtney Martin,17,0AK 


19 


2:2644 


ECUPJUL 


Melissa Marlin,15.STARS 


I'll 


2:26.57 


JRNATJUL 


Michelle Brunet.17.BBF 


21 


2:26.64 


PHNIXMAY 


Alison Zwarich,16,UCSC 


22 


2:26 72 


PQAGJUL 


Eloise Bourdon, 16.SAMAK 


23 


2:26.85 


ONAGJUL 


Pamela Tung,15,MAC 


24 


2:26.87 


CANAUG 


Sandy Finn,15.CASC 


25 


2:26.93 


ONAGJUL 


Michelle Cruz.16.ACE 


400 


METRES IND. MEDLEY 


lin. 


4:47.62 Nancy Sweetnam,LLSC91 


1 


450.49 


PAC97AUG 


CanieBurgoyne.15,MANTA 


2 


455.55 


ONSRJUL 


Dena Durand,16,BR0CK 


3 


4 59.27 


ZAJACMAY 


Tanya Hunks,16,HWAC 


4 


4:59.46 


CANAUG 


Sara Alroubaie,15.MANTA 


5 


5:01.14 


CANAUG 


Kelly Doody,17,CASC 


6 


5 04 69 


CANAUG 


Lucy Mae Smrih.15.BBF 


7 


5:04.75 


ONSRJUL 


Jenny MacAulay.16,ET0B 


8 


5.04.80 


ONSRJUL 


Julie Gravelle.1 7.G0 


9 


5:04.95 


ONSRJUL 


Stephanie Zanns,17,G0 


10 


5:05 26 


ONSRJUL 


Kristy Cameron,15,HHAC 


11 


5:05.86 


CANAUG 


Jennifer Noddle.1 7.ET0B 


12 


5:06 75 


PQAAPR 


TaraSchulz,17,PCSC 


13 


5:07.01 


ONSRJUL 


Courtney Martin, 17.0AK 


14 


5:07.16 


BCAGJUL 


Andrea Leroy.15.NRST 


15 


5:07.65 


PQAGJUL 


Melissa Lallamme,15,UL 


16 


5:08.32 


0NT2APR 


Krislen Kursiss.1 7.B0SC 


17 


5:09 34 


PQAAPR 


Elaine Duranceau,17.PCSC 


18 


510 85 


ECUPJUL 


Sarah Bernard. 15.PCSC 


19 


5:10 87 


ZAJACMAY 


Judy Koonstra.17.USC 


20 


5:1103 


JRNATJUL 


Marie-J Amyot,15.RCA 


21 


5:11.19 


JRNATJUL 


Eloise Bourdon, 16.SAMAK 


22 


5:11.22 


BACAPR 


Jenny Foreman,17,IS 


23 


5:11.88 


BRANTAPR 


Suzanne Drodge.16,SJL 


24 


5:11.94 


ZAJACMAY 


Kellie Rolston,16.IS 


25 


512 06 


CANAUG 


Sandy Finn.15.CASC 



4X50 MEDLEY RELAY 

Rec: 1:59.20 Pt-Claire.PCSC.76 



1 


2.01.80 


CANAUG 


Mania Swim Club, MANTA 


2 


2:04.50 


ETOBJUN 


Oakville AC.OAK 


3 


2:04.69 


YOUTHMAY 


Beaconslield Bluetins.BBF 


4 


2.05.41 


ONAGJUL 


Elobicoke SC.ETOB 


5 


2:06.32 


ONAGJUL 


Region olWaterloo.ROW 


6 


206 60 


ABAGJUL 


Cascade Swim Club.CASC 


7 


2:07 39 


KCSJUN 


Kamloops Classic.KCS 


8 


207.58 


LACMAY 


Dorado SOSTARS 


9 


207.70 


ONAGJUL 


Markham AC.MAC 


10 


2.07.72 


BCAGJUL 


Hyack Swim Club, HYACK 


11 


2.0785 


BCAGJUL 


Island Swimming.lS 


12 


2:08.04 


BCAGJUL 


Pacific Dolphin SA.PDSA 


13 


2.08.56 


JRNATJUL 


Samak de Biossard.SAMAK 


14 


2:08.59 


PPOMAY 


Pointe Claire SC.PCSC 


15 


20860 


ONAGJUL 


Owen Sound AC.OSAC 


16 


2:08.63 


ETOBJUN 


London ACLAC 


17 


2:0876 


EASTJUL 


Dartmouth + Halilax.EAST 


18 


2:08.93 


YOUTHMAY 


Chena Swim Club, CHENA 


19 


2:0917 


EASTJUL 


St John's Legends.SJL 


20 


2:0974 


BCAGJUL 


Points North SC.PN 


21 


2:09 76 


ABAGJUL 


Red Deer CatalmaSC.RDCSC 


22 


2:0997 


MSSACMAY 


Ace Swim Team.ACE 


23 


2:09.98 


ONAGJUL 


Cobra Swim Club.COBRA 


24 


2:10.41 


ONAGJUL 


East York SOEYSC 


25 


2:10.51 


EKSCMAY 


Regina Opt Dolphins.ROD 



4X50 FREE RELAY 




Rec 1 


4900 Edm.Keyano,EKSC,87 


1 1 


51.12 


ONAGJUL 


Elobicoke SC.ETOB 


2 1 


51 29 


EKSCMAY 


Edmonton Keyano.EKSC 


3 1 


5143 


MBSKJUN 


Mania Swim Club.MANTA 


4 1 


51 53 


ABAGJUL 


Cascade Swim Club.CASC 


5 1 


51.93 


YOUTHMAY 


Beaconslield Bluelins.BBF 


6 1 


52.01 


0NT1APR 


Dorado SC .STARS 


7 1 


52 02 


ONAGJUL 


Ace Swim Team.ACE 


8 1 


52.25 


ONAGJUL 


Markham AC.MAC 


9 1 


53.10 


PQAAPR 


Pointe Claire SC.PCSC 


10 1 


53.62 


0NT1APR 


Uxbridge SC.USC 


11 1 


53.76 


BCAGJUL 


Island Swimming.lS 


12 1 


53.99 


BCAGJUL 


Pacific Dolphin SA.PDSA 


13 1 


5416 


ONAGJUL 


Mississauga AC.MSSAC 


14 1 


54.26 


ONAGJUL 


Owen Sound AC.OSAC 


15 1 


5441 


EKSCMAY 


Univ Calgary SC.UCSC 


16 1 


5461 


BRANTAPR 


Oakville AC.OAK 


17 1 


54 81 


BCAGJUL 


Hyack Swim Club.HYACK 


18 1 


55 02 


NFAAAMAY 


S! John's Legends.SJL 


19 1 


5510 


EKSCMAY 


Regina Opt Dolphins.ROD 


20 1 


5513 


KCSJUN 


Kamloops Classic.KCS 


21 1 


55.18 


EKSCMAY 


Silver Tide SC.STSC 


22 1 


55.31 


YOUTHMAY 


Nepean Kanata.NKB 


23 1 


5531 


ONAGJUL 


Region olWaterloo.ROW 


24 1 


55.65 


EASTJUL 


Dartmouth + Halilax.EAST 


25 1 


56.04 


NKBJUN 


Kingston Blue Marlins.KBM 



44 



SWIMNEWS SEPTEMBER 1997 



TOP AGE GROUP TIMES 



1997 LONG COURSE TAG 



® 



BOYS 
15-17 



50 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 23 28 Yannick Lupien.CAGFLA.96 

1 23.43 EVANSJUL Riley Janes.16.GOLD 

2 2358 CANAUG Yannick Lupien.17.G0 

3 23 73 ONAGJUL Robbie Tayioi,16,COBRA 

4 23 79 ONSRJUL Eric Gabsch.17.MSSAC 

5 23.88 CHARLJUN Simon MacDonald.17.NKB 

6 24.04 YOUTHMAY Ian Pelersen.16.C0BRA 

7 24 18 ONSRJUL Sandy Henderson.17.OAK 

8 2426 CANAUG Mark Sbiveis, 16. CATS 

9 24 42 YOUTHMAY Andrew Applelon,15.KAJ 

10 24 44 ONAGJUL Adam Sioui.15.TD 

11 24 54 CANAUG Aidan Mehmel.1 7.NKB 

12 2463 CANAUG Kevin Johns.1 7.RACER 

13 2464 JRNATJUL Brian Edey,17.EKSC 

14 24 70 YOUTHMAY Sylvain PelIetier.16.UL 

15 24.70 JRNATJUL Thomas Zochowskr.1 7 NYAC 

16 2470 CAGMSAUG Charles-E Goyette 1 7.CNNG 

17 2471 JRNATJUL Graham Wood, 1 7.DELTA 

18 24.77 YOUTHMAY Mathieu Hudon.16.PLUS 

19 24.80 ONSRJUL Kyle Smerdon,17.UNATT 

20 24.81 LACMAY Mark Johnston.1 7.BR0CK 

21 24.83 ONAGJUL Nicholas Dargus.16.NEW 

22 24.93 JRNATJUL Frederick Roy,17,CSQ 

23 24 94 ONSRJUL Andrew Chan.17.ET0B 

24 24.97 JRNATJUL Martin Bourbonnais,17,SAMAK 

25 25 00 JRNATJUL Jeff Webb.17,GPP 
100 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec: 51 14 Yannick Lupien.CAGRA.96 



ONSRJUL Eric Gabsch.1 7.MSSAC 
0NT1APR Yannick Lupien,17,G0 
CHARUUN Simon MacDonald.17.NKB 
ONAGJUL Robbie Taylor,16,C0BRA 
CHARUUN Mark Johnston.17.BR0CK 
CANAUG Brian Edey,1 7.EKSC 
ONSRJUL Thomas Zochowski.17.NYAC 
CANAUG Charles-E Goyette, 17.CNNG 
KCSJUN Andrew Applelon,15,KAJ 
JRNATJUL Graham Wood.1 7.DELTA 
CANAUG Aidan Mehmet,17.NKB 
YOUTHMAY Nicholas Dargus.16,NEW 
CAGMSAUG Riley Janes.1 7 G0L0 
ONSRJUL Pelei Szallarski 16.BR0CK 
CANAUG Kevin Johns.1 7.RACER 
ONSRJUL Sandy Henderson.17,OAK 
ABAGJUL Mark Welty.17.RDCSC 
CANAUG CoryBaidossy,17.HWAC 
JRNATJUL Miki Martinovic.16.UCSC 
POAGJUL Sylvain Pelletiei.16.UL 
JRNATJUL BeauBrower,16.EKSC 
YOUTHMAY Mike Jotaulas,17,STARS 
ONAGJUL Tim Johnson, I5.WAC 
THSTMAY Philip Weiss, 17.PSW 
ONSRJUL KyleSmeidon.17.NYAC 



1 51,65 

2 51,87 

3 52,80 

4 52.80 

5 5318 

6 53.34 

7 53 56 

8 53 75 

9 53 76 

10 5395 

11 54.06 

12 54.21 

13 54.30 

14 54 33 

15 54 36 

16 54 43 

17 54.44 

18 54 59 

19 5464 

20 54 65 

21 54.69 

22 54.71 

23 54 71 

24 54 71 

25 54 77 

200 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec 1:51 14 Alex Baumann.LUSC.81 



1 :51 .72 PAC97AUG Maik Johnston, 1 7 BROCK 

1 54 24 ONSRJUL Elic Gabsch.1 7.MSSAC 

1 55 04 YOUTHMAY Charles-E GoyeHe.l6.CNNG 

1 5580 CANAUG Brian Edey.l 7.EKSC 

1 56 82 CANAUG Ryan Keesey. 1 7.G0LD 

1:5754 ONAGJUL Robbie Tayloi,16,COBRA 

1 57 74 CANAUG Frederic Savo.17,CAM0 

1 5776 ONSRJUL Kyle Smerdon.1 7 NYAC 

1 58 23 JRNATJUL Graham Wood,l7,DELTA 

1,58 26 ONT1APR Yannick Lupien, 1 7.G0 

1,5827 ONSRJUL Thomas Zochowski,17,NYAC 

1 58 30 JRNATJUL Ryan Mallefle, 1 7,DDO 

158.52 CAGMSAUG Mat1hewWalker.17.FAST 

1:58.53 ONAGJUL Tim Johnson. 15.WAC 

5864 YOUTHMAY Juslin Tisdall.15.ETOB 

58 65 ZAJACMAY Coiy Bardossy, 1 7.HWAC 

58 72 CANAUG Justin Hardrman, 1 7.PSW 
5900 ECUPJUL Peter Szallarski,16.BROCK 
5904 CANAUG Andrew Applelon,15,KAJ 
5923 THSTMAY Philip Weiss, 1 7.PSW 
59.26 PPOMAY Louis-D Bonneau.l6,DH 
.59 37 CAGMSAUG Robbie Tennenl.1 7.SJL 
5942 PPOMAY Mathieu Hudon,16,PLUS 

59 74 ECUPJUL Michael While.) 7.PCSC 
5981 JRNATJUL Kevin Johns.17.RACER 



400 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec 35634 Alex Baumann.LUSC.E 



1 


3 5647 


CANAUG 


Mark Johnston. 17. BROCK 


2 


4 03 67 


CANAUG 


Ryan Keesey. 17, GOLD 


3 


4 0740 


CANAUG 


Justin Tisdali.15.ET0B 


4 


40741 


YOUTHMAY 


Charles-E Goyelie,16,CNNG 


5 


4:07 72 


CANAUG 


Juslin Hardiman,17.PSW 


i, 


408 19 


PPOMAY 


Frederic Savo,17,CAM0 


/ 


41014 


THSTMAY 


Philip Weiss.l7.PSW 


8 


4 1052 


JRNATJUL 


Jesse Jacks, 15, IS 


9 


4 11 03 


JRNATJUL 


Brian Edey.l 7.EKSC 


id 


411 33 


CAGMSAUG 


Matthew Walker.1 7.FAST 


il 


41201 


JRNATJUL 


Ryan Mallette.17.DD0 


12 


41207 


ONSRJUL 


JohnHewerdine.17.LAC 


13 


41285 


ONSRJUL 


CoryBardossy.17.HWAC 


14 


41306 


YOUTHMAY 


Matthew Swanton,16,ET0B 


1!) 


4 13 42 


ONSRJUL 


GlenSteacy.17,LAC 


II, 


41344 


JRNATJUL 


RyanField,16,MSSAC 


17 


41348 


ONAGJUL 


Jonathan Sch|olt,15,G0 


18 


413 71 


YOUTHMAY 


Garieth Barker,15,PDSA 


19 


413 77 


ESSOJUL 


Philippe Dubreuil,15,SHER 


20 


413 88 


SEATTJAN 


James Oh,17,PDSA 


21 


41471 


ECUPJUL 


Brandon Robinson, 16.HWAC 


22 


414 94 


JRNATJUL 


Tom Gaschler,17,CASC 


23 


415 01 


JRNATJUL 


Darren NicoM 7.MSSAC 


24 


41516 


ONAGJUL 


Goran Mar|anovic,15,HWAC 


! 


415 24 


YOUTHMAY 


Arpad Sebe,16,CREST 



1500 METRES FREESTYLE 

Rec 1524 45 Harry Taylor,EKSC,86 

1 1543 72 CANAUG Mark Johnston.1 7 BROCK 

2 16:15 41 CANAUG Ryan Keesey,17,G0LD 

3 162665 BCAGJUL Justin Hardiman.f 7.PSW 

4 16:27 55 YOUTHMAY Garreth Barker,15,PDSA 

5 16:2794 JRNATJUL Jesse Jacks,15,IS 

6 16:32 21 ONAGJUL Alex Hayes,16,G0 

7 16:33 01 ONSRJUL Justin Tisdall.15,ET0B 

8 1634 71 JRNATJUL Ryan Mallette.1 7.DDO 

9 16:34 81 JRNATJUL Darren Nicol.1 7.MSSAC 

10 163745 ONAGJUL Tim Johnson.15.WAC 

11 1641 24 ONSRJUL Glen Sleacy.17.LAC 

12 1642 77 YOUTHMAY Matthew Walker, 17.FAST 

13 164330 YOUTHMAY Philippe Dubreuil,15,SHER 

14 164387 CAGMSAUG Jell Bailey.17.EAST 

15 164801 JRNATJUL Kipp Kautmann.17 WAC 

16 164865 JRNATJUL Matthew Swanton, 16. ETOB 

17 16:52 46 ABAGJUL Brian Edey.17,EKSC 

18 16:5258 JRNATJUL Ryan Field.1 6.MSSAC 

19 16:53.53 ONAGJUL Mark Singer.1 6.NYAC 

20 16:5398 CANAUG Frederic Savo.17.CAMO 

21 16 54.85 THSTMAY Philip Weiss, 17, PSW 

22 16:55 34 ZAJACMAY Chad Murray. 15, LASC 

23 16 58 31 JRNATJUL Kyler Malhei,l6,EKSC 

24 165908 YOUTHMAY David Cieel,15.VKSC 

25 1659 12 CAGMSAUG Robbie Tennent,17,SJL 
100 METRES BACKSTROKE 

Rec 5649 Mark Tewksbury.UCSC.E 
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11 
12 
13 

14 

15 
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17 
18 

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22 
23 
24 
25 



5763 CANAUG Riley Janes.1 7.G0LD 
57 68 CANAUG Chris Sawbndge.1 7.NRST 
5909 ONAGJUL Robbie Tayloi.16,COBRA 
59.27 CANAUG Mark Welty,17,RDCSC 
59 61 ONSRJUL Sandy Henderson.1 7.0AK 
59 68 ONSRJUL Gord Veldman.1 7.EBSC 

5980 YOUTHMAY Kelly Albrecht. 1 6.RDCSC 
1 00 34 CANAUG Dallas Dyson 17.EKSC 

1 00 88 YOUTHMAY Daniel Ducheck.1 5.UCSC 
1:00 92 ONAGJUL Stephen Preslon,15,C0BRA 

1:00.99 NFAAAMAY Robbie Tennenl,17,SJL 

1:01 13 JRNATJUL Michael Power,16,FMSC 

10113 JRNATJUL Brian Keats.1 7 NYAC 

10114 CANAUG Keilh Barrett.1 6.UCSC 
1 01 16 YOUTHMAY Nicholas Daigus.16,NEW 
1 01 28 BCAGJUL Tom Rushton.17.PDSA 
10148 CANAUG David Atlard.1 7.PCSC 
1:01.59 JRNATJUL Martin Bourbonnais.17.SAMAK 
1:01.59 ECUPJUL Mike Jotautas.1 7.STARS 
1 01 69 LACMAY Mark Johnston.1 7.BROCK 
1 01 81 JRNATJUL Frederick Roy,17,CSQ 
1 01 94 SEATTJAN Pelei Marshall.1 7 PDSA 
1 01 % PPOMAY FiedencSavo,17,CAMO 
1 02 04 JRNATJUL Gordon McKay.16.EKSC 
1 02 14 YOUTHMAY Niels Veisleld.15,FMSC 



200 METRES BACKSTROKE 

Rec 201 79 Chris Renaud,UCSC,94 



2 07 28 CANAUG Chns Sawbridge.1 7.NRST 
20830 CANAUG Frederic Savo.1 7.CAM0 
2 09 60 BCAGJUL Tom Rushlon.1 7,PDSA 
2 09 63 ONSRJUL Mike Jolaulas, 1 7.STARS 

2 09 69 YOUTHMAY Kelly Albiecht.16,RDCSC 

2 09 83 EVANSJUL Riley Janes.16.G0LD 

2 09 85 JRNATJUL Michael Powei.l6.FMSC 
2 09 92 ONSRJUL Maik Johnston.1 7.BR0CK 

2 10 06 YOUTHMAY Daniel Ducheck.15,UCSC 
2 10 49 CANAUG Mark Welly,l7,RDCSC 
2 10 58 ONAGJUL Jonathan Scfi|0lt,15,G0 
2 10 78 PPOMAY David Allard, 1 7.PCSC 

21115 CAGMSAUG Jeft Bailey.17.EAST 
2 11 86 CANAUG Dallas Dyson,17.EKSC 
2 1283 ONAGJUL Knk Moran.15.GO 

2 12 87 JRNATJUL Adrian Fluevog.16.PDSA 
2 13 05 ONSRJUL David Goodwin.1 7.ET0B 

2 13 22 NFAAAMAY Robbie Tennent.17.SJL 
2 13 40 ONSRJUL David MacDonald.1 7.ET0B 
2 13 49 ONAGJUL Stephen Pieston,15.C0BRA 
2 1367 CANAUG Roland BauhaM.1 7.KAJ 
2:13 78 ECUPJUL Christian Lachapelle,16.CAM0 

2 13 85 JRNATJUL Brian Keals.l 7.NYAC 

2 13 92 JRNATJUL Gordon McKay.l6.EKSC 
2 14 15 ECUPJUL Louis-D Bonneau,16.DH 



100 METRES BREASTSTROKE 

Rec 1 03 06 Morgan Knabe.EKSC.97 

1 1 02 81 PAC97AUG Morgan Knabe,16,EKSC 

2 1 04 58 ONSRJUL Andrew Chan.1 7.ETOB 

3 1 04 85 ONSRJUL David Schulze, 17, BTSC 

4 1 05 65 CANAUG Jason Hunter, 1 7, NRST 

5 1 0604 ONSRJUL Scott Lalleur,17,KBM 

6 1 0629 YOUTHMAY Nicolas Jorgensen.17.PCSC 

7 1 06.88 SEATTJAN Jason Stieelkerk, 17. DELTA 

8 1 0708 ZAJACMAY Philip Weiss.17,PSW 

9 1:07.10 CHARLJUN Guillaume Filion 17.CNCB 

10 1 0738 CANAUG David Allard.1 7.PCSC 

11 1 0753 ONSRJUL Peter Manslield,17,ET0B 

12 1 0767 MBSKJUN Stephen Exner.17.ROD 

13 1 07 73 KCSJUN Robert Richard.16.KCS 

14 1:0787 ONAGJUL Ian Petersen,16,C0BRA 

15 1:0792 YOUTHMAY Alex Boulanger,15,CSQ 

16 1 0808 CAGMSAUG Aaron Lee,17,WW 

17 1 0831 ONSRJUL Cameron Charlton,15,TAT 

18 1 0833 LACMAY Gregg Gleason.16 BROCK 

19 1 08 44 ONSRJUL Jonathan Lim,16.ACE 

20 1 08 77 YOUTHMAY Dylan Schiewe,16.EKSC 

21 1 0892 CAGMSAUG Mike Webei,16,MM 

22 1 08 96 MSSACMAY Arpad Sebe,16.CREST 

23 1 0904 YOUTHMAY Marc-A Tratch 17.UL 

24 1 09 04 ONAGJUL David Cheung.15,CREST 

25 1 0909 BCAGJUL Andrew Lemckert,16.HYACK 
200 METRES BREASTSTROKE 

Rec 2 16 00 Jon Cleveland.UCSC.88 

1 21673 PAC97AUG Morgan Knabe.1 6, EKSC 

2 2 1760 ONSRJUL Andrew Chan,17,ET0B 

3 2:2161 ONSRJUL David Schulze.1 7.BTSC 

4 2:2387 CANAUG Jason Hunler.17.NRST 

5 2:2432 ZAJACMAY Philip Weiss.17.PSW 

6 2 24 55 ONSRJUL Scott Latleur 17.KBM 

7 2:2485 CANAUG Nicolas Jorgensen.17.PCSC 

8 2:2638 CANAUG Cameron Charllon,16.TAT 

9 2 2642 CANAUG Dylan Schiewe,16,EKSC 

10 2 2666 ONT1APR Arpad Sebe.16. CREST 

11 22682 CANAUG Giegg Gleason, 16. BROCK 

12 2 2764 YOUTHMAY Alex Boulanger,15,CSQ 

13 2 27 71 CANAUG David Allard.17.PCSC 

14 2 27 75 CHARLJUN Guillaume Filion.1 7.CNCB 

15 22822 ONSRJUL John Hewerdme.17.LAC 

16 2 2839 ABAGJUL Gerard Huntei.15.C0NNU 

17 2 2860 ZAJACMAY Regan Janz 17, RACER 

18 22886 ONSRJUL Peter Manslield 1 7.ET0B 

19 22925 SEATTJAN Jason Slreetkerk.1 7.DELTA 

20 2:2943 CAGMSAUG Aaron Lee,17,WW 

21 2:2946 BCAGJUL Andrew Lemckert,16,HYACK 

22 2 2 9 4 7 JRNATJUL Robert Richard.17.KCS 

23 2 2960 MMMAY Marcus Blouw,16.MM 

24 2 29 78 MBSKJUN Stephen Exner.l 7 ROD 

25 2 3049 YOUTHMAY David Montpetit.1 5.ELITE 
100 METRES BUTTERFLY 

Rec 55 07 Mark Veisleld.EKSC.94 

1 5640 ONSRJUL Enc Gabsch.1 7 MSSAC 

2 56 78 CHARUUN Simon MacDonald.1 7.NKB 

3 56 90 CANAUG Mark Welty.1 7.RDCSC 

4 5709 CANAUG Robbie Tayloi.l6,COBRA 

5 5718 CANAUG Charles-E Goye11e.17.CNNG 

6 5735 CANAUG Sebastien Poulm.1 7.CAM0 

7 5758 ONSRJUL Sandy Henderson, 17, OAK 

8 57% ONSRJUL Kyle Smerdon.1 7, NYAC 

9 5800 YOUTHMAY Stephen Pieston. 15. COBRA 

10 5803 CANAUG Tyler Weiss,16,PSW 

11 5815 ZAJACMAY Philip Weiss ! 7.PSW 

12 5853 CASCMAY Joshua Pun,17.STSC 

13 5857 YOUTHMAY Mike Jotautas.1 7.STARS 

14 5872 ZAJACMAY Tom Rushton. 1 7, PDSA 

15 58 74 YOUTHMAY Nicholas Dargus.t6.NEW 

16 58 78 JRNATJUL Mark Look Yan,16,MSSAC 

17 58 78 JRNATJUL Jan Pelechytik.16.EKSC 

18 59 13 YOUTHMAY Niels Versteld.15.FMSC 

19 5914 JRNATJUL Miki Martinovic.16.UCSC 

20 59.18 ONAGJUL Adam Sroui.15.TD 

21 5927 JRNATJUL Jesse Jacks,15.IS 

22 5930 CNJOMAR Jean-F Langlais,17,CNCI 

23 5942 CANAUG Andiew Diagunas,15.PCSC 

24 5942 CANAUG Kelly Albiecht, 16, RDCSC 

25 59,47 ESSOJUL Frederick Roy.1 7.CSQ 
200 METRES BUTTERFLY 

Rec 2 00 78 Peter Ward,CDSC,81 

1 20269 ZAJACMAY Philip Weiss, I7.PSW 

2 2 06 21 CAGMSAUG Sebaslien Poulm,17.CAMO 

3 2 0800 CANAUG Tyler Weiss,16,PSW 

4 20804 CANAUG Andrew Draguiras,l5.PCSC 

5 2 09 11 SEATTJAN James 0h.l7.PDSA 

6 2 09 44 FARWAUG Niels Versleld. 1 5.FMSC 

7 2 0950 CHARLJUN Simon MacDonald.1 7.NKB 

8 2 09 65 CANAUG Mark Welty.1 7.RDCSC 

9 2 09 98 JRNATJUL Shawn Fuchs. 1 7, ROD 

10 2 10 29 CAGMSAUG Jeft Bailey.1 7.EAST 

11 2 10 58 YOUTHMAY Ryan Mallefle.16.DD0 

12 2 10 74 ONSRJUL John Calnan.1 7 NYAC 

13 2 11 04 ONT 1 APR Mark Lange.17.SCAR 

14 2:11 05 ECUPJUL Brandon Robinson.16.HWAC 

15 2 11 08 JRNATJUL Chris Bigclow-N.17,IS 

16 211 47 ECUPJUL Charle O Cousineau.l5,ELITE 

17 21161 YOUTHMAY Jonah Donald.17.FMSC 

18 21211 JRNATJUL Jan Pelechytik.16,EKSC 

19 2:1219 ONAGJUL Jonathan Sch|Olt.l5.GO 

20 2:12.29 BCAGJUL Jesse Jacks.15,IS 

21 2 12 78 JRNATJUL Frederick Roy.1 7.CSQ 

22 2 12 96 ONAGJUL David Rose, 15.ROW 

23 2 1309 YOUTHMAY Mann McGinnis.15.STSC 

24 2 13 14 ECUPJUL Mike Jolaulas. 1 7.STARS 

25 2 13 17 YOUTHMAY Michel Tiemblay.16.CNCB 



200 METRES IND MEDLEY 

Rec 202 78 AlexBaumann.LUSC.81 

1 2 07 79 CANAUG David Allard, 17, PCSC 

2 2 0793 ONSRJUL David Schulze,17,BTSC 

3 2 08 85 ZAJACMAY Philip Weiss. 1 7.PSW 

4 2 10.24 CANAUG Dallas Dyson.17,EKSC 

5 2 1042 LACMAY Mark Johnston.1 7BR0CK 

6 2 1067 ZAJACMAY Andiew Chan.17.ETOB 

7 2 1 1 08 PHNIXMAY Tyler Werss.16.PSW 

8 211.30 ONAGJUL Robbie Taylor.16.C0BRA 

9 2:11 35 YOUTHMAY Nicolas Jorgensen.1 7.PCSC 

10 2 11 53 0NT1APR Arpad Sebe.16.CREST 

11 2 12 00 CANAUG Keith Barrett.1 6.UCSC 

12 2 12 06 YOUTHMAY Mathieu Hudon.16.PLUS 

13 21219 ECUPJUL Michael While,17,PCSC 

14 21222 ONSRJUL John Hewerdine.17.LAC 

15 212 77 CANAUG Kevin Johns,17.RACER 

16 212 89 YOUTHMAY Nicholas Dargus,16,NEW 

17 2 12 93 JRNATJUL Miki Martinovic,16,UCSC 

18 2 12 97 YOUTHMAY Charles-E Goyette, 17. CNNG 

19 21318 JRNATJUL Martin Bourbonnais.1 7.SAMAK 

20 2 13 74 ONSRJUL Justin Tisdall.15.ET0B 

21 2 13 84 CANAUG Roland Bauhart, 17. KAJ 

22 2 14 12 YOUTHMAY Chris Sawbndge,17,NRST 

23 2 14 50 ONAGJUL David Cheung,15,CREST 

24 2 14 79 CANAUG Dylan Schiewe,16,EKSC 

25 2 14 81 CAGMSAUG Kevin Donon,17,G0LD 
400 METRES IND. MEDLEY 

Rec 4 2239 Alex Baumann,LUSC,81 

1 431 70 ZAJACMAY Philip Weiss.17.PSW 

2 434 57 ONSRJUL David Schulze.17,BTSC 

3 4 35 46 CANAUG David Allard. 17.PCSC 

4 4.37 40 CANAUG Dallas Dyson.17.EKSC 

5 4:3908 JRNATJUL David MacDonald,17.ET0B 

6 4:3983 YOUTHMAY Aipad Sebe.16,CREST 

7 4 3983 ZAJACMAY Mark Johnston.1 7.BROCK 

8 4 41 34 ONSRJUL Justin Tisdall,15.ET0B 

9 4 41 58 CANAUG Sebastien Poulm.17,CAMO 

10 4 42 08 ONSRJUL John Heweidine.17.LAC 

11 4 42 10 JRNATJUL Keith Bairett.16.UCSC 

12 4 4302 MSSACMAY Andiew Chan.1 7.ET0B 

13 4 43 45 ONSRJUL Robert Garolalo.1 6.NYAC 

14 4 43 67 JRNATJUL Jeff Bailey.1 7.EAST 

15 4 4395 BCAGJUL Tom Rushton.17.PDSA 

16 4 44 06 FARWAUG Chad Munay.15.LASC 

17 4 44 10 ONAGJUL Knk Moran.15.G0 

18 4 44 52 PHNIXMAY Tyler Weiss.16.PSW 

19 4 44 73 YOUTHMAY Ryan Keesey 1 7.G0LD 

20 4 45 50 PQAGJUL Alex Boulanger.15.CSQ 

21 4 4553 YOUTHMAY Gerard Hunter. 15.C0NNU 

22 4 4555 CAGMSAUG Andre Coulunei.16.NES 

23 4 4635 CAGMSAUG Marcus Blouw,17,MM 

24 44637 ECUPJUL Michael White,l7,PCSC 

25 4 4693 ONAGJUL David Rose,15,ROW 
4X50 MEDLEY RELAY 

Rec 1 46 72 Markham ACMAC94 

1 1 4938 YOUTHMAY Edmonton Keyano.EKSC 

2 1 5007 ONAGJUL Cobra Swim Club.COBRA 

3 1 5085 YOUTHMAY Nanaimo Riptide ST.NRST 

4 1 51 45 YOUTHMAY Univ Calgary SC.UCSC 

5 1 53 30 YOUTHMAY Pomle Claire SC.PCSC 

6 1 54 61 YOUTHMAY Fort McMunaySC.FMSC 

7 1 54 71 ONTIAPR Glouc-Onawa Krngtish.GO 

8 I 54 82 ETOBJUN Mississauga AC.MSSAC 

9 1 5509 JRNATJUL North York AC.NYAC 

10 15518 YOUTHMAY Crescent Town SC.CREST 

11 I 55 34 ONAGJUL Newmarket SCNEW 

12 1 5539 EKSCMAY Saskatoon Goldlins.GOLD 

13 1 55 54 ONT2APR Einestown Barracudas, EBSC 

14 1 5565 ONAGJUL Nepean Kanala.NKB 

15 15616 PEPSAPR Levis+Montmagny.PLUS 

16 1 56 76 ONAGJUL Oakville AC.OAK 

17 1 56 78 YOUTHMAY Etobicoke SC.ETOB 

18 1 5684 YOUTHMAY Pacific Dolphin SA.PDSA 

19 I 57 00 ONAGJUL Onlha Channel Cats.CATS 

20 I 57 15 JRNATJUL Regina Opt Dolphins.ROD 

21 I 57 16 YOUTHMAY Hyack Swim Club.HYACK 

22 1 5725 ONAGJUL Markham AC. MAC 

23 I 57 39 YOUTHMAY Natation CSQ.CSQ 

24 I 57 47 ONT2APR Trent Swim Club.TRENT 

25 I 57 77 HTACAPR Fiedencton Aguanauts.FAST 
4X50 FREE RELAY 

Rec 1 35 93 MaikhamAC.MAC.94 

1 1 39 87 YOUTHMAY Univ Calgary SC.UCSC 

2 1 40 10 ONAGJUL Cobra Swim Club.COBRA 

3 I 40 52 EKSCMAY Edmonton Keyano.EKSC 

4 I 40 96 YOUTHMAY Pacilic Dolphin SA.PDSA 

5 14146 ONAGJUL Newmarket SC.NEW 

6 14184 YOUTHMAY Nanaimo Riptide ST.NRST 

7 1 41 93 YOUTHMAY Fort McMuiray SC.FMSC 

8 1 41 99 BRANTAPR Mississauga AC.MSSAC 

9 1 42 1 1 YOUTHMAY Pomle Claire SC.PCSC 

10 142 15 NKBJUN Nepean Kanala.NKB 

11 1 42 50 PPOMAY LevistMonlmaqny.PLUS 

12 I 42 70 ONAGJUL Hamilt Wenlwoilh AC.HWAC 

13 1 42 80 ONAGJUL Markham AC.MAC 

14 1 4304 BCAGJUL Hyack Swim Club.HYACK 

15 1 43 73 ETOBJUN Oakville AC.OAK 

16 14411 ONAGJUL Etobicoke SC.ETOB 

17 1 44 44 EASTJUL Fredencton Aquanauls.FAST 

18 144 49 EKSCMAY Saskatoon Goldlins.GOLD 

19 1 44 91 ONT2APR Trent Swim Club.TRENT 

20 1 4508 YOUTHMAY Nalalion CSO.CSQ 

21 1 4534 YOUTHMAY descent Town SC.CREST 

22 14540 ONT2APRMississ.iugaY.MYSC 

23 145 41 ONAGJUL Onlha Channel Cats.CATS 

24 1 4553 BCAGJUL Island Swimming.lS 

25 1 4597 MBSKJUN Mania Swim Club.MANTA 



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Stephanie Hatl. 13 

Club: Gloucester Ottawa Kingsfish 

Coach: Blair Tucker 

Specialty: Distance freestyle 

6th ranked tor LCM97 TAG in 200 free 

4th at Youth Championships in 200-400 free 



Best Times 
100 freestyle 
200 freestyle 
400 freestyle 
800 freestyle 



SCM97 
1:00.85 
2:09.11 
4:32.00 
9:24.15 



LCM97 
1:01.66 
2:10.05 
4:36.71 
9:28.53 



Elizabeth Collins. 14 

Club: Regina Optimist Dolphins 

Coach: Steve Price 

Specialty: Freestyle, backstroke 

7th ranked in LCM97 TAG for 200 free and 100 

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Audrey Lacroix, 13 

Club: Natation CSQ 
Coach: Claude Lamy 
Specialty: Butterfly 

1st ranked for LCM97 TAG in 100 fly, won same 
event at Youth Championships 

Best Times SCM/6 LCM97 

200 freestyle 2:13.41 2:13.10 

400 freestyle 4:42.11 4:36.70 

100 butterfly 1:04.46 1:04.42 

200 butterfly 2:24.41 2:24.08 



Kelly Albrecht, 16 

Club: Red Deer Catalina Swim Club 
Coach: Larry Schulhauser 
Specialty: Backstroke 

5th ranked for LCM97 TAG in 200 back, 7th for 
100 back, 2nd in 200 back at Youth Nationals 



Best Times 
100 freestyle 
100 backstroke 
200 backstroke 
100 butterfly 



SCM97 LCM97 

53.34 55.63 

57.89 59.80 

2:05.43 2:09.69 

58.96 59.42 



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Club: Pointe Claire Swim Club 
Coach: Bill Gate 
Specialty: Sprint freestyle 
2nd ranked lor LCM97 TAG in 50 free. Silver 
medallist at Youth Championships in 50 free 
Best Times SCM97 LCM97 

50 freestyle 27.54 27.58 

100 freestyle 1:01.01 1:01.02 

200 freestyle 2:12.90 2:16.46 



Best Times 
100 freestyle 
200 freestyle 



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Club: Perth Stingrays 
Coach: Scott Faithfull 
Specialty: Butterfly 

3rd ranked in LCM97 TAG for 200 butterfly 
2nd in 200 fly at Ontario Age Groups 



Best Times 
100 butterfly 
200 butterfly 
200 ind.medley 
400 ind.medley 



SCM97 
1:08.03 
2:34.67 
2:31.29 
5:36.53 



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